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  • v. Present participle of overpopulate.

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Examples

  • I am not making any apologies for "overpopulating" the planet to you people who either chose not to have children or were just too homely to find anybody to F**K.

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  • Yes | No | Report from peter wrote 25 weeks 4 days ago wolves need to be hunted they are overpopulating and becomin more aggressive because lack of control

    Wisconsin Wolves Kill Hunting Dogs

  • Instead, the announcement that David and Victoria Beckham had just given birth to a fourth child brought derision in many British circles for the couple having too many children and overpopulating the earth, a sad fact that parents of large families, like me and my wife who thank G-d have nine, have encountered on many occasions.

    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: When Murdering Children Becomes Everyday News

  • We are overpopulating the planet and making a mess of the earth in the process.

    The Sacred Promise

  • The dysfunction in the relationship between overpopulating humans and our life support systems is now affecting not only the rest of nature, but also the opportunity for most human beings to live a decent life.

    Linda Buzzell: Start A Local Sanity Salon

  • Global warming, which is a symptom of man's overpopulating the planet, is the worst crisis we are looking at.

    Obama: 'Time for talk is over'

  • Also, if the grass courts were fertilized with fecal effluent from the Canada geese and Nutria overpopulating all of our public parks and golf courses, it would be a real "win-win" for nature and the economy.

    Ain't nothin' like the real thing, baby (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Spreading across the wild, overpopulating the earth, leveling everything in their path?

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • Many still doubt the scientific evidence of her decline, so we've acted like a bunch of drunken pirates, robbing her of her dwindling resources, polluting her skies and her seas, and overpopulating the land, securing our dominion at the expense of our own futures.

    Dr. Judith Rich: The Earth: Big Mama Needs Our Love

  • Brown pointed out that the larger question is whether our continuing with business as usual -- with overpumping, overgrazing, overplowing, overfishing, overloading the atmosphere with carbon dioxide, and, I would add, overpopulating -- can be sustained.

    Our Global Ponzi Economy

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