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overproduction

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoverproductiono‧ver‧pro‧duc‧tion /ˌəʊvəprəˈdʌkʃən $ ˌoʊvər-/ noun [uncountable]  the act of producing more of something than people want or need the systematic overproduction of food
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overproductionHyperuricosuria suggests the presence of uric acid overproduction, while low or normal urate excretion indicates altered renal handling of uric acid.Conservationists say policies to help wildlife would still cut overproduction of cereals.ApoR2 can also be directly obtained from overproduction of the protein in bacteria under limited-iron conditions.In other words, the supply of goods and services creates its own demand and there can be no overproduction.Only in the mid-1980s did the Commission determinedly begin to tackle the problem of overproduction.We are also aware of the need to halt the environmental degradation that overproduction brings in its wake.the overproduction of crude oilWhen allopurinol is utilized to treat severe urate overproduction, xanthine stones may form, but are rare.
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