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  • v. Common misspelling of underlay.
  • v. Common misspelling of underlain.


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  • Sure there were measurable outcomes, but they weren't meaningful if they weren't underlied by the symbols.


  • I have underlied a lot of useful infomation for me.

    Matthew Yglesias » Don’t Knock the Post Office

  • What underlied the whole housing boom was the flood of money and cheap credit — this caused prices to rise for an extended period, making everyone think there would always be buyers.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Goldman Sachs and Its Small Business Fund Ploy

  • And when we got our hands on the keys to the nuclear bunkers that underlied some subway stations in Amsterdam, we promptly organized tours there for all our friends and their friends.

    Dutch Hackers Convince Netherlands to Dump Electronic Voting

  • Yeah, I agree that the Rs are totally disconnected from their core values, but as has been said above, those values are underlied by a cesspool of real values.

    Time to Attack The Right Wing's Core Values-- Less Taxes and Less Government

  • And third, as we expand trade, we must not forget the human element that underlied our successes and can form the foundation for even greater future achievements.

    First Session Of Southern Economic Conference

  • Contrary to U.S. government rhetoric, retaliatory terrorist strikes are not primarily underlied by poverty, hunger, refugees, bad economies, or illegal trade in arms, but by resistance to foreign interference and occupation.

    American Chronicle

  • Although short term mandatory detention was essential for effective and efficient border control, detention will be resorted to as a last resort and that the Department of Immigration will in future need to justify why a decision to detain was made The government needs to be commended for these long awaited reforms which are likely to change the premise which underlied Australia's detention policy for nearly two decades.


  • For Huxley it was bio political, the 'scientific'; not so much the 'product' of the machinery of the brain as the machinery of the brain itself as underlied by foetus in the formation, and as could be controlled by factors 'Scientific'; after the fashion of Shelley as conceived in 'Frankenstein' - or 'Monsanto' as corporation - way of genetically engineered agricultural product?



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