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Reading it while waiting for my computer to warm up, so I could get a head start on my overstuffed week.
And that they face a future overstuffed with options when it comes to education, work arrangements, and lifestyle choices.
DOES your make-up fester in dirty old bags or lie unwanted at the bottom of overstuffed drawers?
Sometimes invited in by the hoarders themselves, but also by loved ones, social workers, co-op boards, or landlords, Disaster Masters launches fast, immediate assaults on chronically overstuffed domestic environments, and offers counseling and aftercare.
Cockroaches, mice, and rats thrive in multifamily dwellings, where excessive moisture, structural cracks and crevices, abundant food sources, crowded apartments, and overstuffed closets provide nutrition and shelter for pests.
RSS is a marvelously elegant and simple way to subscribe to both blogs and news feeds and have every update pushed to your desktop without having to navigate the e-mail/spam jungle of overstuffed inboxes and filters.
Or retire to your room and snuggle into your queen- or king-size bed, dressed with fluffy, overstuffed pillows and a plush down comforter--the perfect haven after an exhilarating, but exhausting, day.
But because Chipotle (partially owned by McDonald's) doesn't reveal calories or other nutrition information, most people wouldn't have a clue that the vegetarian burrito is the equivalent of an overstuffed corned beef sandwich--plus 350 calories.
Even though new research suggests that the risks of back injury posed by overstuffed backpacks might be overrated (see this issue's "What the numbers say" for details), more schools have been prompted by concerned parents to reduce book loads, the New York Times reports.
The design competition was launched after an initial set of plans, released in July, was derided as boring and overstuffed with office space.
Give me Babe, State Fair (the Dana Andrews version, sigh), and an overstuffed bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich, and I'm putty in anyone's hands.
It is propagated to be flat, and the indentation in the center gives it a distinctive donut-like appearance, albeit an overstuffed one, since there is no actual hole.