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“Residents who live in so-called under-utilized apartments started getting letters from NYCHA last month saying they may have to move into smaller units.”
“The concept of donating to charity at an ATM isn't new, but the practice is under-utilized in the United States, where it has only been used on the local scale.”
“Electric cars can be recharged at night, when generating plants are under-utilized ...”
“They did not understand the difference between lost resources and under-utilized resources.”
“John Dawson argues that The Economic Freedom of the World index is under-utilized in studies of economic growth.”
“The Hamilton Hijack In December 2006, the Chicago Cubs had the No. 3 pick in the Rule 5 draft, the annual inter bargain-shopping jamboree where major-league teams get to pluck under-utilized players from other teams.”
“You touched upon one of the most under-utilized “secret” weapons in blogging.”
“Therefore, despite the clinically important information provided by the 72-hour stool and diet collection, it is under-utilized or avoided in many clinical care and research settings.”
“And when we look at Megatron's receptions, it does appear that Johnson is under-utilized.”
“Brazil alone could have 190 million hectares of under-utilized land, according to Renaissance Capital, equivalent to the European Union's total farmland.”
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