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The reason it’s underplayed is because it will be the most intractable of part of the energy question.
Alyssa Mastromonaco: Mastromonaco rose to prominence in the 2008 campaign as Obama's director of scheduling and advance - a title that underplayed the power and influence she had on the team.
I suppose it can't be an "underplayed" story if it was on A1, but I'm still a little surprised this didn't stir up more discussion today:
Sorry, I meant to say "underplayed" not "overlooked" (not sure how that happened).
I think interest and familiary with video games is kind of underplayed, no?
Furthermore, an "underplayed" factor may be the row between the U.S. and China over currency manipulation, Mr. Grant said.
He noted that there is always some group that claims that its interests are underplayed.
CPAC boycotters Jennifer Rubin 2011
That attitude led him to the post of House majority leader under Speaker Dennis Hastert Ill., a title that may have underplayed the influence DeLay exerted over the GOP conference in the early part of the last decade.
Tom DeLay sentenced to three-year prison term Chris Cillizza 2011
Somehow, along with the name of the first Briton in space, it is a bit of feminine history which has been strangely underplayed.
SPURGEON: Is there any issue in the last three years that you think has been underplayed?