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There was, as yet, no great overpopulation of mountainous areas compelling raids or forays into piedmont zones.
I mustn't blame Leffingwell for solving the overpopulation problem, even though he used me as a guinea-pig in his experiments.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
Cousin Yachkovich begins again at his talk on overpopulation.
HANIAHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
Statistics show, that emigration will not prevent overpopulation.
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Cousin Yachkovich is always discoursing on overpopulation; that is his hobby.
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Here was a crop so easy of culture and of such nourishing qualities that it led to overpopulation and all its attendant ills.
OUR FOREIGNERSSAMUEL P. ORTH
The alternative to overpopulation and its remedy emigration is found in preventive checks to increase.
Where all is uncertain and there is not much to lose, reckless overpopulation is certain to be set at.
The economical doctrine which regards overpopulation as the principal cause of poverty is a very superficial one.
This resulted in overpopulation of the agricultural districts, emigration and a high death rate.

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