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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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The elimination of the regulatory and licensing requirements for upholstered and stuffed articles is expected to reduce a long-standing burden on business, save businesses up to $4 million annually, and eliminate trade barriers.
Eric wanted to offer a product that no one else had; made-to-order stuffed burgers prepared with the freshest ingredients.
-Thousands of stuffed plush bears arranged in a shape of a tree hang from the ceiling of a shopping mall in Beirut
5 : to block up : congest <His nose is stuffed.>
This experience caused her to take an interest in children at the crisis centers, and she started making the stuffed animals for them.
The stuffed bears, dogs and other animals were given away as game prizes, Universal Studios Japan spokesman Jota Takahashi said.
"Red Baron Stuffed Pizza Slices are the most significant and innovative of Red Baron's quality products to date," said Darci Eckermann, national brand manager for the line.
But he is also known for his sculptural detournement of stuffed animals.
Virtually any recipe for stuffed peppers also works well with stuffing tomatoes.
"Mealtime, snacktime, anytime!" That's when Stefano Foods suggests that you dig into a Rip-n-Dip Stuffed Pizza Ring.
Of the different types of children's toys, stuffed toys saw the highest decline in the export volume, from 12,414 tons (worth US$ 112.8 million) in 1996 to 6,198 tons (worth US$ 52.3 million).
The Moosewood Cookbook's recipe for "Comprehensively Stuffed Squash" is a real crowd pleaser.