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  • verb 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

  • 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

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

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • 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

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