by overcrowding

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  • Many sheep are injured by overcrowding, so I have my gates and doors very wide. Cited from Beautiful Joe, by Marshall Saunders
  • The schools in the lower income districts are characterized by overcrowding and lack of resources.
  • The fruit bodies may be so numerous that their shapes are distorted by overcrowding.
  • In both cases, the cause of the high mortality was primarily disease due to unsanitary conditions brought on by overcrowding and poor administration.
  • The commuter rail service is commonly characterised by overcrowding during morning and afternoon peak periods as well as being unsafe during off-peak periods.
  • This issue is exacerbated by overcrowding and drivers who leave the stop too quickly, resulting in much yelling and pushing as people try to get off.
  • Cockroaches are nocturnal, the few that you see by day were likely forced out by overcrowding; a possible sign of severe infestation.
  • The school was one of three high schools in the district seriously affected by overcrowding in the early 2000s during the county's largest population growth since 1980.
  • He believed that many of the social problems in Britain were caused by overcrowding and overpopulation and he saw emigration to the colonies as a useful safety valve.
  • Do not violate proportion and artistic effect by overcrowding. Cited from Prepare and Serve a Meal and Interior Decoration
  • Filth and insanitation, immorality and crime, were fostered by overcrowding in ill-built urban areas. Cited from Essays in War-Time, by Havelock Ellis
  • This follows disturbances caused by overcrowding of prisons and long stays in detention without charges of prisons.
  • However, by the mid 19th Century, this utopian model of care had vanished, replaced by overcrowding in the facility and the warehousing of patients.
  • Relatively few accidents are caused by overcrowding on the platforms, and staff monitor platforms and passageways at busy times preventing people entering the system if they become overcrowded.
  • The riot led to calls for reform in the Bolivian prison system, which is plagued by overcrowding and long delays in the trial system.
  • The complicated decline of the large-scale insane asylum was caused partly by overcrowding and neglect, but also by massive changes in the practice of psychiatry.
  • The ecology of eucheuma farm sites may be characterized by overcrowding, as other farmers may be attracted to the farming site, eventually exceeding the carrying capacity of the environment.
  • When we do that you will find it is the best investment we ever made because we will get these diseases in their infancy and we will find a cure in a great many instances that we can never find by overcrowding our hospitals when they are grown. Cited from State of the Union, Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Tubercular disease, common sore throat, chicken-pox, and mumps, are also among the diseases which are increased by overcrowding. Cited from Scientific American Supplement, No. 595, May 28, 1887, by Various
  • Malnourishment caused by overcrowding resulted in the deaths of several horses; the reserve's staff instituted a birth control program to regulate the herd to about 40 animals.
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