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  • v. Present participle of underfinance.

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Examples

  • "We welcomed the 15 billion dollars, but actually only a small portion had been voted, and the Bush administration is undermining the Global Fund by underfinancing it," said TAC's Geffen.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Suffering from underfinancing, overcrowding, somewhat inadequate facilities, and disillusionment among some faculty members and students, the University of Toronto is struggling to maintain standards of scholastic excellence, including an international reputation in the humanities, in an increasingly hostile environment.

    From the Ivory Tower to the Corporate Tower

  • In particular, she has been criticized for spending huge sums on parks and statues including several of herself and underfinancing social programs.

    NYT > Home Page

  • The Education Department's inability to properly monitor the industry stems in part from underfinancing of the enforcement division, which runs entirely on school application fees.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Equally important is the need to reverse the systematic underfinancing of the program.

    NYT > Opinion

  • After years of mismanagement and underfinancing by the Bush administration, the bureau is so ill prepared to conduct next year's count that Congressional investigators have warned that it is at high risk of failure unless corrective action is taken immediately.

    Brilliant at Breakfast

  • Since then, a scandalous, now life-threatening underfinancing and shortage has developed, such that, for some time, there has been hidden euthanasia, rationing of health care, and "prioritization."

    LaRouche's Latest

  • The Conservatives, with a double-digit lead in the polls, have accused Prime Minister Gordon Brown of underfinancing Britain's forces during a decade in which they have had major combat roles in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    Army Rumour Service

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