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The carriers mostly eliminated that first round of unlimited plans as app-happy smartphones users became ubiquitous and threatened to overcrowd the wireless networks.
With overcrowding a severe problem and euthanasia the starkest solution, shelter workers saw testing as an objective way to make heartbreaking decisions.
Overcrowding on the subway, derailments on commuter railroads, not to mention urgent repairs at Pennsylvania Station, are all contributing to an unpleasant summer for many travelers in and around New York City.
Once hot, add polenta fries one at a time being sure not to overcrowd the pan.
The Stewart students were sent to the nearby Brennemann School, which ironically had been built in the 1960s to handle overcrowding at Stewart.
Carefully add to hot oil, being careful not to overcrowd the pot.
With animation and superheroes overcrowding the multiplex, the burnout factor looms large for an animated superhero.
Only after an organized effort by the real estate industry to create all-black suburbs and overcrowd them and turn them into slums did property values decline.
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