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  • n. supersaturation


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  • First up, Rick Berman believes there is too much Trek on TV, resulting in oversaturation and, thus, a loss of audience.

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  • Houston and the New York - Northern New Jersey region, which may lead to "oversaturation" in some areas,


  • That's the good news about "oversaturation": when the only game in town is


  • Apple's iPhone and other smartphones are having a hard time figuring out just how to make money amidst the "oversaturation" of photography programs, which have been wildly successful in terms of downloads, but lacking in business plans.

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  • The board is asking the Liquor Authority to review the "oversaturation" of "hard core" bars in the area, and says it is not targeting new restaurants serving wine and beer.

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  • "That buys her time and potentially overcomes an issue she had last time around with oversaturation of voter attention," said Doug Schwartz, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

    This Time, a Softer Approach

  • For those with a big backlog of unwatched material, it's perfect for making sure you don't miss a morsel of media oversaturation.

    Curate Your Clips

  • Take MadWorld: violence as humor; that's oversaturation; that's subverting violence to something else entirely.

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  • We may have hit the Lady Gaga oversaturation point tonight.

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  • Due to this new, systematic, oversaturation, method of THC ingestion known as “The Fucking Fridge Hotbox, Man.”



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