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“Some terms in Arabic have come attached to little-understood religious matters—or to disturbing political issues.”
“NEW YORK — A little-understood class of investors known only as "other" in government data is expanding its influence in the oil market.”
“The Korean War: A History Modern Library by Bruce Cumings is a short, manageable and open-minded view of that still little-understood and judging by recent events, endless conflict.”
“And really, you couldn't say anything more truthful about this amorphous and much-studied yet little-understood condition.”
“A chess genius is a human being who focuses vast, little-understood mental gifts and labors on an ultimately trivial human enterprise.”
“The paranoia and anger are understandable, but in reality, a little-understood fact is that the score reporting policy of the SAT or, for that matter, the ACT is of little consequence.”
“In demystifying the little-understood speech impediment, the award-winning film reveals myths and fascinating truths about stuttering, and has won praise from stutterers of all ages.”
“Despite (and, perhaps, because of) its status as one of the first viruses to be tamed by a vaccine, rabies remains a little-understood disease.”
“The findings follow a study showing a recovery in the number of the orange-and-black Monarch butterflies that visit Mexico in a little-understood annual migration.”
“This little-understood facet of the current law was enacted as part of a deal brokered in 2001 with the expectation Congress would never let the estate tax actually expire.”
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