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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overcrop.


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  • "As a result of the unjust distribution of land, agricultural land in the former homelands has been heavily overgrazed and overcropped for years."

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  • Farming methods were primitive, the soil had been overcropped, and artificial fertilizer was a rarity.

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  • As each ranger has his land assigned to him and no one else can use it, the grass is not overcropped as it often is in regions outside the forests.

    Checking the Waste A Study in Conservation

  • Some of her early tales, before these, were a little "raw": and most of her later work showed (as did Anthony Trollope's and that of other though not all very prolific novelists) that the field had been overcropped.

    The English Novel

  • The lands are all overcropped and under-stocked with cattle and sheep from the want of pasture lands.

    A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II

  • Þ²ÛÛ Û other grp undercropped bottom and overcropped top.

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  • NUKE: overcropped ar changes for imax scenes not cropped to fullest frame

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  • Although watchable, the image is filmed from an angle and it's also heavily overcropped (fullscreen resolution).

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  • For his part, Parker contends he is responsible for nothing more than elevating the overall quality of wines by penalizing those who fashion overcropped, diluted, substandard wine marketed as liquid sunlight behind the banner of a famous château’s crest.

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  • So if you prune the vineyards the same way, you have an incredible overcropped vineyard and that makes a light, pleasant wine "that lacks desirable intensity.

    They're So Unusual


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