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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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Eric wanted to offer a product that no one else had; made-to-order stuffed burgers prepared with the freshest ingredients.
Giant stuffed plush bear sits in front of a booth at the Hong Kong Toys and Games Fair
As for producers of middle-high quality stuffed toys, they managed to cope with the sharp depreciation of the rupiah against the US dollar because the prices of such toys were more profitable than those of low-middle quality products.
If Kelley's stuffed animals embody a profound sense of disillusionment - the realization that innocence never existed and that childhood experience can be reduced to a collection of tawdry objects - Munson's bespeak a femininized nervous breakdown, as her little pink bunnies proliferate fruitlessly to dam the flood of loss.
Place stuffed grape leaves, seam sides down, in rows, packing together tightly and building up a layer or two.
Like most other frozen stuffed sandwiches, they use a wrapper that looks more like pastry dough than pita.
For the last 10 years, a stuffed turkey breast has taken center stage as the Easter entree.
This can come in handy for dipping with such mildly seasoned appetizers as mashed potato balls stuffed with ground beef and deep fried ($5), or similar ground-beef-stuffed yuca ($5).