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underprovisioned

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

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Examples

  • The loan delinquency rates "suggest that the banks are severely underprovisioned relative to potential losses," said Daniel Alpert , managing director of Westwood Capital.

    Bad Mortgages Weigh on Banks

  • "It was clear to everybody," Mr. Soussan writes, "that the hospitals in Saddam's hometown of Tikrit had their stocks full and the hospitals in the Shiite south remained chronically underprovisioned."

    A Honey Pot for Saddam

  • The ship was badly underprovisioned because it had taken longer than expected to get a full cargo of dogs, and furthermore, the huge dogs themselves consumed much more than the captain had expected.

    The Pawprints of History

  • A report by the financial regulator also pointed to problems with Irish credit unions, which he said had "systemically underprovisioned" against loan losses.

    The Guardian World News

  • CDNs are widely used by commercial high-volume websites to scalably deliver their content, such as Hulu's use of slashdot. org link to underprovisioned third-party sites and cause that site to become quickly overwhelmed by the unexpected surge of resulting traffic.

    Freedom to Tinker

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