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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of overstore.

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Examples

  • "Retailers were overstored before we headed into the downturn," said Edward Yruma , a senior apparel and retail analyst at Keybanc Capital Markets.

    Gap to Slash Its Store Count

  • Recognizing that it is overstored, it has begun running off leases, with an aim to reduce its nearly 900 North American Gap specialty stores by about a fifth by the end of next year, while adding to its roster of better-performing outlet stores.

    Yawning Gap Is No Place For Investors

  • Many experts and retailers believe that Long Island is already overstored.

    Shed Light On Long Island Lighthouse

  • With the country both overbanked and overstored, the adjustments that the economy will have to go through will be wrenching.

    U.S. Holds Balance of Power

  • "But if you look at the population growth over the next 40 years and the fact that it is a fragmented market where we only have 6% to 7% share, I don't see us overstored."

    Lowe's Net Falls 18% as

  • We have a very powerful dynamic that keeps us overstored.

    CNN Transcript Dec 27, 2003

  • It tingled through and through him, filled him as if he had been a battery overstored with electricity, shot out at his extremities in lightning flashes.

    The Devil's Garden

  • Burt Flickinger, managing director with consulting firm Strategic Resources Group, argued that the retail industry is overstored and overemployed and perhaps has itself to blame for its recent woes.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • "Given the high levels of unemployment and lack of wage growth, a lot of retail is overstored right now," says Bob Summers, a senior research analyst at Pali Capital, which publishes IPO research.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

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