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“Mr. Robertson added that there is a growing need for local knowledge to benefit from the base of under-researched local bonds.”
“Ironically, many of the attacks against the series have claimed that the articles were poorly sourced or under-researched.”
“Then you have these firms in the middle that are really under-researched" and have needs that aren't well defined.”
“Then I tripped over several disastrously under-researched, badly plotted ... things.”
“As a subject that remains severely under-researched in the halls of academe, one of the first major studies was done over ten years ago by the Policy Studies Institute.”
“Columbia University psychologist Barbara Stanley says, "It is one of the most under-researched areas in all of psychiatry.”
“These smaller businesses tend to be under-researched and "balance sheets are much stronger than I expected with many companies having net cash positions," Mr. Bolton said in an interview last week.”
“The fact that Virginia has chosen grossly under-researched history textbooks suggests that its entire curriculum is not only inadequate but dangerous “Many errors spotted in Va. history texts,” front page, Dec. 29.”
“Mounties review Tasers, conclude that they're dangerous, misused and under-researched”
“It usually involves Drudge, the fedora-wearing boy who cries wolf (almost daily) on the Internet, and mainstream news outlets follow his lead, offering up under-researched and factually inaccurate story lines.”
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