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  • v. Present participle of underheat.

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Examples

  • How to stop her overheating in the shops and underheating in the streets?

    Today is cold

  • They know the importance of slow, uniform heating, and the danger of overheating some steels, and underheating others.

    The Working of Steel Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel

  • In an artificial drying if the heat becomes too great the nuts will be rancid, as the oil-cells will burst: so better err on the side of underheating than overheating.

    Walnut Growing in Oregon

  • "The economy is underheating, not overheating," Neil Mackinnon, an economist at VTB Capital Inc. in London and a former Treasury official, said in a phone interview.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Its mission is to keep the temperature comfortable in the economy, and, if you were to do things the government's way in your house, then every few months you'd turn the heater either on or off, overheating or underheating your house. "

    Kasama

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