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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overpackage.


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  • My Plastic Crap Wall of Shame page on Facebook has become a collection of unnecessary, overpackaged, single-use, single-purpose, single-size plastic crap.

    Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Beth Terry from Fake Plastic Fish

  • Examine whether what you're considering buying is overpackaged; if it is, leave it in the store as a statement of disapproval that'll hit corporations 'bottom lines.

    Avital Binshtock: How To Green Your Shopping Habits

  • I have cut back on my gas consumption, overpackaged things, and in general I buy less than I used to.

    Waldo Jaquith - Dressing warmly to save money.

  • By finding it necessary to strongly imply that contra drug-dealing actually launched the crack epidemic, the paper overhyped and overpackaged the story.

    Cracks In The Story

  • Would impose fines on wasteful companies-like makers of gas guzzlers or overpackaged goods-and use the money as "fee-bates" to firms and consumers who recycle and buy efficient products.

    A Voter's Guide To The Issues

  • The picture is damaging because it's a visual representation of a broader theme; she--like her campaign--is overpackaged and overproduced, in the attempt to hide the uglier aspects of her personality.

    That picture of Hillary on Drudge right now.

  • Fortunately in most developing countries foods are not, for cost reasons, overpackaged as they are in developed countries.

    5 Production, re-use and re-cycling of packaging

  • Maybe now is the time to source food more locally and boost the economy through small, independent traders rather than parasitic supermarkets with their overpackaged, homogenous ready meals.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • In our high fructose, preservative-filled, and overpackaged manners of consuming food, we forget that food is alive and gives us life.

    Energy Bulletin -

  • Overprocessed, overpackaged foods just can't be considered that green, even when they're vegan.

    green LA girl


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