overabundance


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the state of being more than full

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An overabundance of supply changes the demand-supply relationship.
Each night, down at Ontario Place on the lake, there was a themed party with an overabundance of exotic food and a completely complimentary bar, not just the limited selection of beer and wine now served up by a corporate sponsor.
However, according to the authors, many current preventive interventions that attempt to reduce risk through education tend to ignore the aspects of our environment that encourage risky behavior, such as the overabundance of high-fat junk food and pervasive advertising of alcohol and tobacco.
Study coauthor Shyam Biswal, a toxicologist at Johns Hopkins, points out that free radicals unchecked by antioxidants can cause an overabundance of protein-chopping enzymes called proteases.
Bush, and an influential gang of dispensationalism-afflicted Christians, purport to be stalwart friends of Israel, but true friends don't pave the way as someone they claim to love sets upon a clearly self-destructive path, nor do they offer up an overabundance of resources that allow him to proceed upon it.
But there's a price for too much success, and this overabundance of red maples is causing concern among experts.
5) triggered a thought about the overabundance of concern we all seem to have for our physical well being, while we seem to have no comparable concern for our spiritual nourishment and healthy souls.
Besides pacing failures, many of which come from an overabundance of symbolism, there are also a failed puppet show; the endless performance-art sequence involving peeling and eating an orange; the too small sets, deformed pieces of furniture, and a bizarre inflatable "mountain"; and such contrived metaphors for good memories as oranges and orange-colored costumes or props.
Moreover, the Surgeon General's 2000 report on oral health in America noted that the development of systemic disease is strongly associated with an overabundance of bacteria and inflammation in the oral cavity.
An overabundance of animals, primarily deer, gave rise to crop damage, lawn damage and high insurance collision rates.
This paper builds on previously published ecological descriptions and hypotheses offered on the effects of moose overabundance in Newfoundland.
There's an overabundance of acronyms that describe concepts that are close but reveal different approaches: DAM (digital asset management), CM (content management), MAM (media asset management) and DMM (digital media management).
The Bank of Japan's ultra-easy monetary policy, combined with its massive yen-selling interventions, has resulted in an overabundance of money, allowing market participants to obtain yen-denominated funds without paying interest rates, the traders said.
According to the report, deflation is being fed by excess retail square footage, an overabundance of merchandise and reluctance by consumers to buy items that are not on sale.
This is merely a section of the overabundance of text which includes Hodder's own interminably long curriculum vitae.