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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of underproduce.
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Well, first the nature of a long term contract like that is he overproduces in his first couple years then underproduces in his last couple, so I'm ok if he's really only a huge hitter the first 4-5 years or so.
Another explanation for a protein deficiency is that the body is simply not producing enough of them - a symptom of conditions including hypothyroidism, in which the body underproduces necessary hormones, or Cushing's syndrome, Lustig says.
The someone in this case is a nameless dairy cow, identified only by a number and probably an radio frequency identification tag in her ear that helps the slave ownerfarmer track her productivity so he can send her to slaughter once she underproduces.