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underperformers

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  • noun Plural form of underperformer.

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Examples

  • Seems to me the reluctance to pull the trigger on all of the underperformers is one of the few upsides to this fall.

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  • Blake streamlined the board and budget, but demeaned several sports teams he described as underperformers while cutting resources to improve them.

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  • However, the underperformers were the stocks that were actually the most loved on Wall Street Group 4 price, Group 1 analyst ratings - up just 1.1% for the second half.

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  • The underperformers were the Europeans: GBP, CHF and EUR.

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  • Eden: It's an Endless World and Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service are described as "underperformers" and, therefore, the publisher may have to discontinue their production in English eventually.

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  • I would also suggest Najib heed one of Welch's more brutal practices, weeding out the bottom ten percent "underperformers" every year.

    Lim Kit Siang

  • I would also suggest Najib heed one of Welch's more brutal practices, weeding out the bottom ten percent "underperformers" every year.

    Lim Kit Siang

  • I would also suggest Najib heed one of Welch's more brutal practices, weeding out the bottom ten percent "underperformers" every year.

    Lim Kit Siang

  • Majority of GOP "underperformers" in 2008 Congressional elections in the South Facing South

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  • I would also suggest Najib heed one of Welch's more brutal practices, weeding out the bottom ten percent "underperformers" every year.

    Lim Kit Siang

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