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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of underpromote.

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Examples

  • Most traditional publishers can't wean themselves from gambling vast amounts of money on "hunches" for books that may be perfectly decent but more often than not don't earn back their advances; they could no more abandon the broken system of guesstimated print runs, oversold and underpromoted books than they could abandon their Blackberries.

    John Oakes: This Halloween, I'm Going As a Book Publisher

  • One other commonality: Both movies were scandalously underpromoted by the studios releasing them.

    GreenCine Daily: DVDs, 1/14.

  • Idiocracy: Mike Judge's latest, underpromoted film

    - Boing Boing

  • Yahoo doesnt have a pure play blog search offering (like google trys too or Technorati does) instead preferring to merge news and blog search into one vertical search underpromoted offering (their focus is on my2web/delicious integration - image a trifecta there to include technorati!!!! that would be hot)

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • We'll take a funny movie from wherever it comes, and this shamefully underpromoted, gloriously silly romp made me laugh harder than any other movie this summer.

    Summer Camp

  • While the Take Back America conference has included two self-organized and underpromoted panels on impeachment, on Wednesday it included an official panel, well promoted and in an actual room on the topic of "Curbing the Imperial Presidency."

    Curbing the Imperial Presidency

  • One rather underpromoted aspect of the US Mars missions is that they too are producing stereopairs.

    More Martian anaglyphs

  • He was underexposed and underpromoted when he played, and I'm very happy to see he's getting the acknowledgement and the recognition he deserves.''

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • Company's strategy are to in-license or acquire rights to underpromoted, patent-protected, branded respiratory or related pharmaceutical products, or late-stage product candidates; implement life cycle management strategies to maximize the potential value and competitive position of the Company's currently marketed products, newly acquired products and product candidates that are currently in development; grow product revenue through the Company's specialty sales forces; and maintain and strengthen the intellectual property position of the

    BioSpace.com Featured News and Stories

  • Company's strategy are to in-license or acquire rights to underpromoted, patent-protected, branded respiratory or related pharmaceutical products, or late-stage product candidates;

    Cornerstone Therapeutics to Host Third Quarter 2010 Conference Call - Yahoo! Finance

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