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

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Examples

  • Fabio overproduces a burger that's more like a meatloaf, and with the cheese on the side as a curdled sauce, he's deemed less worthy than Dale of the over-salted cheesesteak and Tiffany of the tortilla-like dumplings.

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  • And so, the gland overproduces the hormone thyroxin.

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  • It was three years ago this week that I was diagnosed with a pheochromocytoma, a nasty little tumor "which arises from the adrenal medulla and overproduces adrenaline" it can "be a deadly tumor because of the severe elevation in blood pressure it causes," according to Endrocrine. com.

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  • In GERD, the stomach overproduces gastric acid and the esophagus spasms, causing excess acid to rise into the fragile lining of the throat.

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  • IgE allergic reactions are immediate; after being exposed to the food, your body quickly overproduces what is called immunoglobulin E antibodies, or IgE.

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  • In adrenal burnout, your body overproduces adrenaline, cortisol and other stress hormones.

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  • But never have these phrases had such a literal meaning, as our government actually bails out the pork industry when it overproduces and buys up volumes of surplus pork, typically by dumping these surplus commodities into our nation's schools, child care centers, and domestic food assistance programs.

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  • But never have these phrases had such a literal meaning, as our government actually bails out the pork industry when it overproduces and buys up volumes of surplus pork, typically by dumping these surplus commodities into our nation\'s schools, child care centers, and domestic food assistance programs.

    Wayne Pacelle: Pork Industry Bailout Request Full of Fat

  • The brain overproduces neurotransmitters-the chemicals that help tell the body what to do.

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  • Well, first the nature of a long term contract like that is he overproduces in his first couple years then underproduces in his last couple, so I'm ok if he's really only a huge hitter the first 4-5 years or so.

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