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  • v. To supply with insufficient power.


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under- +‎ power


  • Our purpose is to stop people getting killed ... is to maximize human happiness - and that means to maximize human freedom - and that requires as little as possible overpay and underpay - ie, as little as possible theft of earnings, which confers overpower on the thief [power to control and manipulate others] whoever he is, and confers underpower on the robbed.

    The Real Obama: Sticking it to the Working Stiffs

  • Syphilis, itself, and the underpower bodies of tuberculosis are heritages of many.

    Applied Psychology for Nurses

  • The machine is in very nice condition and is available to be inspected underpower. - Business News

  • Left on their own, O'Connor suggested, "companies might choose to compare their drug with a second - or third-line drug, disadvantage the active control via dosing modifications (e.g., using a relatively low or high dose of comparator to reduce its efficacy or tolerability, respectively), underpower a trial to show a difference between treatments, or any number of other design and reporting modifications." - medical news plus CME for physicians

  • One of the easiest ways for a manufacturer to lower the price of a computer is to underpower it.

    Shelly Palmer

  • First INQpressions Overclock or underpower your Core i7

    The Inquirer

  • They spent who knows how long preparing what appears to be a gang buster site, and then they underpower it?


  • fiat linea underpower engine means?. whether its affect performance in highway? en Español

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