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underrecognized

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of underrecognize.

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Examples

  • As a condition it's kind of underrecognized because there is this cultural view of pregnancy as a happy time of expectation and there is not a lot of sense of the impact of prematurity unless you or your family has a premature baby. "

    post-gazette.com - News

  • Despite all recommendations and guidelines, obesity is underrecognized and undertreated in US primary care.

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Primary Care Needs to Restructure Its Approach to Obesity

  • Even as autoimmune diseases remain underrecognized and under-addressed, the number of patients afflicted with these illnesses has been steadily growing.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • Even as autoimmune diseases remain underrecognized and under-addressed, the number of patients afflicted with these illnesses has been steadily growing.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • But as new research shows, the role of the heart in emotional well-being, as well as mental and physical well-being, has been vastly underrecognized.

    Love For No Reason

  • But as new research shows, the role of the heart in emotional well-being, as well as mental and physical well-being, has been vastly underrecognized.

    Love For No Reason

  • She hopes to return to her Candomblé book project in the coming months, as she searches for a way to preserve the legacy of a woman who played an important but underrecognized role in shaping Brazilian national identity.

    Meet Zelia Bora: Professor of Brazilian Literature « AAUW Dialog

  • Yes, but the point of having more honor books -- true honor books rather than just runners-up -- wouldn't be to ensure that favorite books get awarded, but rather that those underrecognized genres -- picture books, easy readers, poetry, and informational books -- get their just due.

    I just want to say this one thing about the Newbery

  • According to history professor Paul S. Boyer, author of When Time Shall Be No More: Prophecy Belief in Modern American Culture, religious views in the United States have “always had an enormous, if indirect and underrecognized, role [in] shaping public policy.”

    Chip Berlet: Pastor Hagee's Armageddon Politics

  • Kinsella is a Simon Wiesenthal in his own mind; receiving such a flattering, if cryptic, e-mail appealled to his self-image as an underrecognized hero.

    Kate McMillan's prank - Ezra Levant

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