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oh ver pruh tek shuhn

  • n  excessive protection

  • Perhaps more than anyone else, the campus newspaper, the Stanford Daily, has set the standard for Chelsea overprotection.
  • Torn between reasonable fear and hypochondria, safety and overprotection, parents struggle to raise their children with some semblance of normalcywithout driving themselves .
  • Justice Antonin Scalia wrote in the court opinion that the Endangered Species Act's citizen-suit provision should allow people to sue the government for overprotection as well.

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