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  • adj. Present participle of overpromote.


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  • I concede that Al Gore and others have been guilty at times of overpromoting the cause: being a bit too flippant in describing the state of climate science as bullet-proof, and a bit too hyperbolic in suggesting impending ecological disasters as certain and imminent.

    Richard Stuebi: Weather Does Not Equal Climate

  • They promote conservation and at the same time take no responsibilty for overpromoting famous trout fisheries.

    Have We Pounded Trout into Submission?

  • In our fee-for-service system, doctors and hospitals actually profit by overpromoting and overusing unnecessary, unproven, or potentially harmful tests and treatments.

    Tip of the day: Overspending on overtreatment?

  • The only spot of mess is Melski's apparent uncertainty about his theme, wanting to satirize suburban normalcy but without overpromoting the illegal deviations from the norm.

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  • 7:59: Lil Rounds — who I said they were overpromoting — is given the finale spot, and she's singing "The Rose" — which Trooper York said Allison should sing.

    "This... is Quentin Tarantino." "And this... is 'American Idol.'"


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