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  • v. Present participle of overgroom.


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  • It is about a cat who is stressed out and therefore "overgrooming" so to occupy the cat the dad of the family decided to train her to use and flush! the toilet.

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  • But the sins of overgrooming, Joe-the-Plumbering, and just being old are not impeachable offenses.

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  • The overgrooming trend - professionally vacuumed pores, four-season pedicures, plucked-clean pudenda - will be reversed, leaving you to molt in peace.

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  • But now it appears fashion labels are looking for fresher, rougher role models to appeal to male consumers who eschew overgrooming.

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  • Her feathers already showed signs of overgrooming, ragged around the edges and a bit frayed.

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  • In a recent study Bath co-authored on obsessive-compulsive mice, he investigated a propensity for extreme overgrooming that develops over time. - latest science and technology news stories

  • I really enjoyed a book called “Magic Trees of the Mind” that discussed childhood neural development and learning no, I’m not a yuppie overgrooming her kid; my daughter was a preemie with neurological damage and I was seeking strategies to help reverse/correct, and/or make the most of what she has; in the back section there were age-appropriate suggestions for toys—from infant to teenagers.

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  • After some Googling, it appears that it's likely overgrooming or some sort of allergic reaction (or maybe a parasite?

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