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


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  • Figure 6.1 Gland Inquisition Too much stress overstimulates the adrenal gland, which releases too much cortisol the stress hormone, testosterone, and estrogen.

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  • However, the current problem of how third-party payment overstimulates more spending on health care and raises both the price of services and insurance coverage won't be solved by redistributing some of the total amount of tax subsidies for health care from the open-ended tax exclusion to a tax credit and more Medicaid spending for the uninsured.

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  • The symptoms, then, are often triggered when overindulgence in food or alcohol overstimulates gastric activity.


  • Finally, you can use appeasements when you have no choice but to sleep or work inside the quadrant that matches the element that governs your constitution and overstimulates it and jeopardizes your well-being.

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  • The media overstimulates children with sexual imagery but undernurtures their emotional and character development.

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  • This overselling either disgusts the young or it overstimulates them, and in either case they lose and the craft loses.

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  • No other form of art now tolerated so frequently overstimulates the sex instinct.

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  • Besides being extremely intoxicating, it overstimulates the heart and the stomach if taken in even comparatively small quantities.

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  • Excess of phosphorus and the acids derived from it overstimulates the brain and the nervous system, causing nervousness, irritability, hysteria and the different forms of mania.

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  • Previous research found that among cocaine users, the brain becomes flooded with dopamine and overstimulates the so-called dopamine 2 receptors (D2Rs).

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