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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of undercharge.


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  • Ada said the bill was written in 1993 with the intent to prevent any utility agency on Guam from using estimated meter readings for billing purposes and to prevent such agency from collecting "undercharges" based on the utility's mistake. - Local News

  • The gas tax undercharges fuel efficient cars with respect to addressing congestion and policing.

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  • He undercharges for his delicate spoons because he wants everyone to be able to buy one.

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  • "I'm just excited, " she explained, knowing full well that this was destined to be a shift like any other, complete with dropped menus, spilled cocktails, botched orders, undercharges, overcharges, pinches from the lecherous and insults from the chaste.

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  • I've seen the going rate for certain things I sell cut in half when a new seller moves in who undercharges for her time. Peddles a False Feminist Fantasy — Well, does it?

  • Meanwhile, Ukraine undercharges Russia for transit fees across its territory.

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  • The use of math puzzles her, as she rings up your tab and generally miscounts or undercharges.

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  • In Iowa, utilities can charge customers for up to five years of undercharges.

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  • State insurance regulators said they discovered "a high incidence of rating errors that resulted in undercharges," which is considered unlawful rebating.

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  • For each company, its "gas cost recovery" rate includes a charge for the gas itself, plus a charge for delivery and a "gas cost adjustment" that corrects previous over - or undercharges. - News


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