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Even before the pandemic, the Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics had identified the High Peaks Wilderness, in particular, as a hot spot experiencing tremendous overuse impacts.
Overall, the gepants appear to stop migraine pain within two hours in about 20 percent of patients and do not bring on the overuse headaches that are common with other acute treatments.
Over time this can lead to a significant muscular imbalance, an increased risk of overuse injuries, and limitations in overall performance.
The scientific advisers warned San Diego Unified there was more danger from overuse of disinfectants than from viruses spreading over surfaces.
This is a "novicy" kind of diction in which the would-be forcible writer defeats his object by the overuse of expletives.
THE VERBALISTTHOMAS EMBLY OSMUN, (AKA ALFRED AYRES)
A great cause of ill health is overuse of sugar in concentrated form, candy, etc., especially by the sedentary.
HOW TO LIVEIRVING FISHER AND EUGENE FISK
Find synonyms for words which you have a tendency to overuse.
To overuse the psionic powers of the human mind is as dangerous as overusing morphine or alcohol.
WHAT THE LEFT HAND WAS DOINGGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
And, not content with this overuse of one particular type of judgment, our critics claim its monopoly.
I lowed he was a bit out o temper with the knife; an it did look sort o foul sir, along o overuse an neglect.

WORDS RELATED TO OVERUSE

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