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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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One of the options proposed suggests 1,700 more houses for this already overdeveloped village and the other three options suggesting at least 300 extra houses.
Women tend to hunch their shoulders up and pull them forward, creating tight, weak pectorals and tight, overdeveloped traps.
This will not create new jobs, only relocate others, and add to the traffic congestion in this already overdeveloped area.
Interestingly, the survey also found many buyers are put off by overdeveloped homes - with 43 per cent not interested in properties which looked traditional from the outside but were in fact very modern on the inside.
This is a very small school site currently being extended with four large, much needed classrooms, so it would be very much overdeveloped.
But some businesspeople believe Sarasota is overdeveloped and the environment is being degraded.
Big energy gleefully provides electricity for trivial pursuits in the overdeveloped world as poor villagers fell their remaining trees for firewood.
Kallinikos (management, London School of Economics) explores the relationship between current organizational transformation in the overdeveloped world and the rising instrumental significance that technological information has been acquiring over the past few decades.
In this wonderfully shot film Jean-Baptiste Grenouille is a French perfumemaker with an overdeveloped sense of smell.
Expert Peter Gardner, of Findaruin International Property, added: "It's difficult to find ruins right next to the coast because it's so overdeveloped.
The art is straight from a superhero comic, with overdeveloped physiques and exaggerated facial expressions.
Plus we got there before the big diamond stores--I'm glad we got to see this stop before it is overdeveloped.