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underemphasizes

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underemphasize.

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Examples

  • He discusses her work in great detail, book after book, with sympathy and insight, and admirably eschews jargon though he underemphasizes her wit.

    The Brazilian Sphinx

  • Tommasini also underemphasizes or doesn't even address some of the circumstances of this Tristanrevival.

    Now Just Wait a Minute

  • The story also underemphasizes the role that manufacturing plays in both states.

    Scott Paul: Memo to the Mainstream Media: Stop Worshiping at the Failed Cult of Free Trade

  • Tommasini also underemphasizes or doesn't even address some of the circumstances of this Tristanrevival.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • One concern is that the approach overemphasizes our biological nature, suggesting we are nothing more than organisms, and by demoting the brain from prominence underemphasizes the mental life that is generally thought to distinguish our species from others.

    The Definition of Death

  • It underemphasizes targeting to the page content and overemphasizes privacy issues, but still a good introduction to the technique.

    Introduction to targeted advertising

  • It underemphasizes targeting to the page content and overemphasizes privacy issues, but still a good introduction to the technique.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • I think Perry rather overemphasizes the benefits of reduced costs of compliance, and underemphasizes the incredible economic results that have been proven time and again by flat-tax adopters throughout the world in the last ten years.

    Forbes.com: News

  • In the early chapters, Proehl talks frankly and honestly about Parsons 'considerable privilege, but underemphasizes how that background bled into the Burritos' musical output.

    PopMatters

  • After examining the two well-known approaches - consociation and integration - that have dominated studies of, and prescriptions for, severely fractured societies, the article concludes that each unwisely underemphasizes one or another of the two necessary conditions for long-term stability in these societies: institutions that are both highly inclusive and have the capacity to foster interethnic dialogue.

    Legal Theory Blog

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