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Stuffed

Describing a situation in which a market rally begins to occur but is short-lived since the supply outstrips demand.
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Jessica and her dad took a bag of stuffed animals to the fire station.
Big Stuff's, a new restaurant specializing in stuffed burgers announced that San Antonio will be home to the companies inaugural location.
Red stuffed plush rabbits for sale in China on the Year of the Rabbit (2011)
NEVER partially roast a stuffed or unstuffed turkey one day and complete roasting the next.
Last September, in the context of a group exhibition on the industrial site of the nonprofit Tour & Taxi, he arranged D Day P Day, 2001, a hilarious tableau of stuffed parachutists.
Like stuffed crust pizzas, this stuffed ring has the dubious distinction of making regular pizza look virtuous.
However, despite the sharp decline in their export volume, the share of stuffed toys in the overall volume of Indonesia's toys exports rose from 49.
Use a food thermometer to be sure stuffed poultry or stuffing cooked separately in a casserole are safely cooked and have reached a safe minimum internal temperature of 165 xF.
As Part of Launch, Pizza Hut to Reward Stuffed Crust Lovers in Three Cities with First Taste, And Allow America to Vote on Which City Gets It Next Prior To National Rollout
Allow 3 to 4 hours roasting time for a 14- to 18-pound unstuffed bird, a little longer for a stuffed bird.
If half a Mediterranean Stuffed Focaccia is light, so is a cup of ice cream or a slice of Pizza Hut Big New Yorker pepperoni pizza.
That Mike Kelley has "done" stuffed animals before rendered this installation only slightly less compelling.