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  • v. Present participle of oversupply.

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Examples

  • Often this is in spite of market forces rather than because of them, since markets and higher educational institutions tend to lag behind employers' skill demands before oversupplying them.

    The consequences of increasing access to education | Jayati Ghosh

  • U.S. steelmakers are ringing up strong profits as companies consolidate, wring out inefficient manufacturing processes and try to refrain from oversupplying the market.

    U.S. Steelmakers Draw Fire

  • Meanwhile, the low sales volume for X-Types isn't a strategy for maintaining exclusivity; Jag is oversupplying the market with the car.

    Jazzing Up Jaguar

  • "Internet service providers were in the habit of oversupplying bandwidth," recalls Michael Bowen, executive director of technical operations for Sony Online Entertainment.

    Engineering Everquest

  • It seems like the industry is still oversupplying the market.

  • The problem of artificially oversupplying new cars (like new houses) is put off for another day.

    NYT > Home Page

  • This provides the additional benefit of allowing drone region dwellers to be more self-sufficient by having a better ratio of all minerals for their own production whilst not adversely oversupplying the global market with certain excess minerals.

    MMOz

  • This matches up with the information reported by ICISPricing. com, which says caustic soda producers report caustic soda demand continues to decline in major industrial sectors such as alumina and pulp-and-paper, but tight supply conditions in the co-product chlorine market have kept caustic production rates at moderate levels, oversupplying the market.

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  • But, with so many issuers left in the wings, some say the region runs the risk of oversupplying the market, which frankly happened in March this year and September of last year.

    FinanceAsia

  • The city refiled the lawsuit in January 2004, saying manufacturers let handguns reach illegal markets at gun shows in which non-licensed people can sell to other private citizens; through private sales in which background checks are not required; by oversupplying markets where gun regulations are lax, and by having poor overall security.

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