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

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Examples

  • Over time, the active fibers become strong but overutilized, while the inactive fibers become weak and inaccessible.

    Wild Feminine

  • In such an overcrowded and overutilized land, I could see why the local government was desperate to relieve poverty.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The limits of public testimony for determining American health policy also appear in yet another declaration of a learned council that cancer screening is overutilized.

    Stanton Peele: Addiction, Recovery, And American Health Policy

  • Most stocks, including all 5 salmon species (chinook, coho, sockeye, pink and chum), are fully utilized or overutilized.

    California Current large marine ecosystem

  • Yet, US Army and Marine recruitment targets are consistently being missed, the National Guard has been greatly overutilized and coalition partners are reducing, not increasing deployments.

    backwards

  • Goats are often disparaged for degrading land and destroying vegetation because they continue to survive on overutilized lands often laid waste by mismanagement of sheep or cattle.

    1 Microcattle

  • It is invasive in overutilized vegetation (bush encroachment), but not in vegetation in good condition.

    Chapter 7

  • Besides breeding smarter bacteria, overutilized "modern" antibiotic treatments have been apparently harmful to the honeybees 'digestive systems by reducing the number and variety of lactobaccili - good bacteria - within.

    WN.com - Articles related to Probiotic Use In Mothers Limits Eczema In Their Babies

  • The iPhone is the flag bearer for mobile networks that were underbuilt and overutilized.

    Ars Technica

  • Moving to on-demand computing means a much greater pairing of capacity and demand, as companies will pay for what they need, as opposed to maintaining this steady amount of capacity that's some times underutilized, other times overutilized.

    InternetNews Realtime News for IT Managers

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