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o·ver·rep·re·sent·ed

 (ō′vər-rĕp′rĭ-zĕn′tĭd)
adj.
Represented in excessive or disproportionately large numbers or amounts: "Just as conflict and crisis are greatly overrepresented in dreams, the ordinary stuff of life is underplayed" (Jonathan Gottschall).

o′ver·rep′re·sen·ta′tion (-zĕn-tā′shən, -zən-) n.

overrepresented

(ˌəʊvərɛprɪˈzɛntɪd)
adj
represented disproportionately or in too large a number (corresponding to the number in the population, etc)
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Shiites got more power, Christians maintained their overrepresentation.
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I hope to engage all Canadians in a dialogue about historic trauma, the overrepresentation of Aboriginal people in jail, as well as hope, healing, and reconciliation," she said.
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Setting out proposals for how the House of Commons could work once the Scottish Parliament gains major new powers, he said: "Create a Grand Committee; give them a veto power over English/Welsh laws, but make sure that Grand Committee is composed in a way which reflects fairly the votes in England and Wales, and not just the unrepresentative overrepresentation of Tory MPs.
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Even if that were true, it misses the point about reducing costs and tackling overrepresentation.
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subjects aged 45 years or older, with overrepresentation of blacks and residents of the nation's southeastern "stroke belt.
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