- Back-formation from underlying. (Wiktionary)
“There may be a different cause or causes that underly both observations.”
“I disagree with those who think that “Deem and Pass” is something that the courts should delve into, for the reasons that underly the political question doctrine and the enrolled bill doctrine (a variation of the former).”
“Fourth, as Secretary Chu and others have suggested, we need to dramatically increase our investments in new technology, particularly in the area of fast charge batteries and biofuels to create the basic science and technology to underly wholesale change in technology.”
“The official, who was briefed on the call, said the finance ministers didn't discuss details of the private-sector involvement on Saturday's call but talked about the broad principles that would underly the participation of private creditors and about the timeframe for a plan.”
“It is important to realize that it is not possible for scientists to determine the genetic differences that account for variation of IQ within the white racial group without ALSO discovering if these genetic differences appear to underly the ethnoracial group differences.”
“She warns that deep dynamics underly our assumptions about technology and power, citing a tension between Darwin and the church that doesn't rely on scientific timelines (creation within seven days) but on the idea of the fall.”
“Ineke Buskens (paper) wants us to consider the power aspects that underly our use of ICT.”
“To ensure that everybody is on board with the social contracts that underly our society.”
“Knowledge capital includes accumulated education, research and development, and business-knowhow – all the intangibles that underly a modern economy.”
“Bolden's reply gets deep into the emotions and mindsets that underly the changes that the Constellation workforce is now going through - and how he is going to work through that process with them.”
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