overcrow

overcrow

(ˌəʊvəˈkrəʊ)
vb (tr)
to crow over
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We are not to be so easily overcrowed. The Lord Loring hath given his proofs; but we know nothing of his squires, save that one of them hath a railing tongue.
Barely the UK to church regularly What's more, the expansion of the Church of England in the education sector will, in what is already an overcrowded market place, further narrow school choices for England in th sector will, in w an overcrow place, further n non-Church of England pupils.
Contract notice: a33,7.1, as halle / steinhagen - as borgholzhausen, noise protection and overcrow assistance between clever bruch and bauende (b476)
Many dogs live a significant part of their lives in overcrowed non-governmental organizations which house an excessive number of animals (overpopulation).
They shouldnt be allowed to operate with overcrowed trains.
They have left their hives because it has got overcrowed (a queen bee can lay 2,000 eggs a day at this time of year so it can quickly become a bit tight if the hives are not managed appropriately.) Before they leave they gorge on the honey stores for sustenance, which makes them contented, and they are only intent on finding somewhere new to live, definitely not on causing trouble.
There's also the matter of driving one of their huge 1000-tonne tunnel boring machines through a small gap in the overcrowed underbelly of Tottenham Court Road station without passengers on the Tube platforms below knowing they are there.
DOUGHTY [Aside] This is quite upside-down: the son controls the father, and the man overcrows his master's coxcomb.
The overcrowed halls are a problem as well." "The curriculum in the Physics Department is repetitive and unmodified.
Travel to the resettlement site was difficult, by an overcrowed express boat from Bintulu to Tubau, and on a bumpy logging road from Tubau to the resettlement, but she insisted on going to see with her own eyes what the affected communities were going through.
Additionally, certain adverse conditions impede implementation of a good educational research project such as overcrowed classrooms, deficient funding for supplies, equipment or facilities and inadequate instructional materials.
Attempts to initiate businesses services beyond the confines of pre-existing schemes and structures have created little added value, and Bennett et al suggest that TECs should direct their activities towards seeking greater integration and coherence between the manifold services and agencies currently working in this overcrowed field.