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- v. Present participle of oversubsidize.
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It can stop oversubsidizing American steelworkers, farmers and textile-mill owners, and open its borders to goods from poorer countries.
We need to bring back small farms and more pasture raised meat and diary along with fresh produce, all locally grown and say no to government oversubsidizing Big Agri.
(Morris Fiorina has estimated that the bill cost the Dems at least six seats, including those of Speaker Foley (Eastern Washington) and Judiciary chair Jack Brooks (from Texas).) 4) Changing the subject: The Times Magazine also published a brief letter to the editor commenting on an article by Michael Pollan that argued that we were oversubsidizing the growing of crops that are bad for us (e.g., corn and soy).