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People think we are being overblown and overdramatic, but we’re not.
In the case of the Nasdaq, it was clear that bulls had wildly overblown expectations for huge future growth in profits that couldn’t happen.
Some scientists say the worry over this latest variant form is probably overblown, and that aggressive gene sequencing by British scientists and an overreaction by politicians ignited an unnecessary panic.
He said he “wanted to prevent you from reading or hearing some overblown or inaccurate reports regarding my health.”
The markets’ gyrations signal traders think the odds of a contested election are overblown, and that there’s a path toward renewed US government stimulus to support the economy.
In an interview on CNBC earlier, Mnuchin confirmed that he intended to essentially meet Pelosi’s demands on testing, saying, “This issue has been overblown.”
However, CoinCenter itself believes those concerns are somewhat overblown.
The reality, however, suggests talk of Africa’s heavy indebtedness to China has been somewhat overblown.
He looked down at the little overblown flower in his hand and carried it mechanically to his nostrils.
UNDER FALSE PRETENCESADELINE SERGEANT
No—I should say you were perhaps just a trifle—er—overblown.
THE DEFINITE OBJECTJEFFERY FARNOL

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