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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of overhype.


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  • I think that this oversells and overhypes the findings of the neuroscientists.


  • The story both overhypes and under reports Gobekli Tepe. what's new online!

  • Given Darling's closest friend Jeremiah Newton both appears onscreen and takes a credit here as producer, pic overhypes Darling's talents as a thesp, but still persuasively showcases her innate charisma.

  • The writer above essentially makes this statement poking fun at a left-wing media that overhypes the Tea Party activity,

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  • Toshiba overhypes its wireless-ready notebooks: Toshiba's announcement boils down to them allowing customers to order preconfigured laptops on a build-to-order basis that have Cisco AiroNet cards installed.

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  • I'm not a fan of Manny, but the media completely overhypes the steroids in baseball thing. Stories / Popular

  • What's scary though, is how this process works: newspaper basically overhypes a non-story into a "big scary trend" and almost immediately politicians start pushing for questionable "save the children!" legislation:


  • The guy is a snake in the grass, and he always overhypes his fighters to get them to the big payday, and then boom they get knocked off their pedestals ... i think Berto can be the real deal, but he needs a guy like freddie Roach to work with or one of the Mayweathers, and for God's sake sign with Golden Boy ... i'm not saying they are completely honest, but at least it appears they take care of their guys much better than most! email

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  • "The so-called golden generation of English players ... are victims of a football culture which leaves them under-prepared for the game at the highest level and a media culture which overhypes them.

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