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


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  • To say that L.A. is "overdeveloped" is a complete understatement.

    Mayor Sam and Zuma Dogg Show 2

  • The price of oil and coal continues to rise, mainly due to the high demand placed on them by the 'overdeveloped' world.

    0. Stoves and the Global Firewood Crisis

  • Lee pointed out, if everyone on the planet lived the lifestyle of a typical American, we'd need over five Earths to accommodate that level of consumption-he joked that countries should be categorized as "overdeveloped" or "not yet overdeveloped" while noting that even some of the developing world, like his native Taiwan, has already reached the overdeveloped state.

    Ars Technica

  • 'overdeveloped' (p. 48) countries, proceeding first to a discussion of the 'creative industries' (p. 45) generally and then to digitization of the media.


  • While Cancun may not be to everyone's liking (I personally won't go there) and may have been overdeveloped with politicians and developers reaping some benefit, it serves a purpose and is enjoyed by many every day of the year.

    Plan Puebla-Panama. Yay or Nay?

  • Compared to the overdeveloped parts of western Europe you can still find miles of barren coastline ready to be discovered.

    Marcello Arrambide: The Road Less Traveled: Sicily

  • The book opens in a crowded and overdeveloped city; the drawings make you feel claustrophobic as A You walks the streets.

    An Ideal World » Manga Worth Reading

  • It is not totally overdeveloped but has some infrastructure.

    zihuatanejo/puerto vallarta

  • Mazatlan certainly has its overdeveloped, ex-pat/retiree/beach tourist gringo enclaves, which you obviously found.


  • Set in 2149 on an overdeveloped and polluted planet, the series follows a group of "pilgrims" who are transported back 85 million years to a prehistoric Earth -- complete with dinosaurs -- through a time fracture.

    Fox sees family, not sci-fi, at heart of "Terra Nova"


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