oversaturation


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oversaturation

(ˌəʊvəˌsætʃʊˈreɪʃən)
n
the act or instance of saturating excessively
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Chin says store brands have gained share in the cough/cold and sinus/allergy categories because of an oversaturation of branded SKUs.
The Enhanced Wireless feature set allows hospitals concerned with oversaturation by 802.
But, they aren't the most accurate displays in the business, and are often plagued with oversaturation and colour cast issues.
Disney Stores enjoyed booming sales when the stores first opened in 1987, but analysts said oversaturation led to the chain's lackluster performance.
So even if TNT schedules 19 hours a week, its current pace, for 52 weeks a year, that still means viewers will stumble across most of the episodes no more than three times during the 12-month period--a number well short of oversaturation.
To avoid oversaturation of major metropolitan areas, Pier 1 is targeting small cities such as Boise, Idaho.
Nichols first began converting its stores in early April, citing poor performance over the previous three years and an oversaturation of discounters in its markets.
With the unique identification of devices, advertisers can employ frequency and session capping controls to increase ad rotation and reduce oversaturation of individual ads.
Although the iPhone 6s Plus captures the true colours and leaves room for oversaturation in post-processing It really depends on what a viewer prefers.
In terms of display, the handset boasts great colour reproduction, but oversaturation problem continues to be a letdown.
When voters are seeing an oversaturation of mailers - many of which have become more negative in tone over time - and of billboards and special interest involvement, I think there's a tendency for voters to become more cynical and to opt out of the democratic process,'' said Miriam Krinsky, president of the city Ethics Commission.
When the comedy club biz bombed due to oversaturation in 1992, Hirsch's longstanding competitors the Improv and Catch a Rising Star fell by the wayside.