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overdevelop

[¦ō·vər·di′vel·əp]
(graphic arts)
To process a photographic film or plate for too long a time or in a solution that is too concentrated.
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Not surprisingly, the overdeveloped commercial building market was still the construction industry's hardship case," Christie added.
However, as with so many of the early successes, it was a victim of that success and it became overdeveloped.
The community merely seeks to retain a vitally important green space in an area already vastly overdeveloped and blighted by an enormous landfill site on its doorstep.
Angry locals say the plans amount to garden grabbing and would leave the area overdeveloped.
Cornwall Light and Power is planning to submit a application to build four turbines on land at South Sharpley Farm near Seaham, a part of Durham which residents say is already overdeveloped.
Gosforth is being overdeveloped and the council needs to act.
Riverside Drive is already overdeveloped by assorted businesses and a mixture of residential flat complexes.
I'm cognizant of the fact that this valley is being overdeveloped and John's activism got me up here,'' Johnson said earlier this week from his own platform in the large oak dubbed Old Glory by its supporters.
It is to do with the muscles at the bottom of his back being overdeveloped and it means he generally starts a game slowly before he gets warmed up.
Within the hole an intense, velvety darkness enveloped your head as you looked inside--the kind of uncompromising blackness we can no longer experience naturally in our overdeveloped environment; you could hear yourself breathing, suddenly forced to enter into a dialogue with your own body.
One which for years to come will pump car fumes into our childrens' bodies, placing yet more housing and industry on top of the overdeveloped housing programme we have experienced in recent years - one ugly blot for another.
Thirston Parish Council chairman Peter Smith said yesterday: "We are worried that this area is becoming overdeveloped as a piece of beautiful countryside.