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  • adj. Insufficiently researched.


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under- +‎ researched


  • The nice thing about a possibly excessive focus on a limited number of worlds is that emerging researchers can then focus on underresearched worlds to counter misconceptions based on that excessive focus or simply make a name for themselves by studying something a bit different.

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  • It also feels underresearched and hurried, yet another example of a curator (Barbara Millstein in this case) overdelegating to a selection committee.

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  • Companies were still undiscovered and underresearched but had the potential to become future blue chips.

    The Emerging Markets Century

  • It's a story about -- about an important and probably underdiscussed and underresearched part of our history.

    The Wreck of the Henrietta Marie: An African-American's Spiritual Journey to Uncover a Sunken Slave Ship's Past

  • She added, however, that she believed this era was not a low point in American printmaking; it simply remains underresearched and, as a result, poorly collected.

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  • Gay male-parent families remain underresearched, but their daunting routes to parenthood seem likely to select more for strengths than limitations.

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  • So, the Rolling Stone article on McCain -- the article that was proven to have been severely underresearched -- is what you want to use to make a judgment call about the presidency.

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  • This reads like very poor and underresearched fiction; additionally, it appears to have first appeared anonymously on a PETA discussion board, which are not famously bastions of critical thinking.

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  • In Nostratic, on the other hand, there is still no reconstruction of Proto-Eskimo-Aleut, and the latest three reconstructions of Proto-Afro-Asiatic (one of them extremely dependent on the way Arabic dictionaries are traditionally organized...) contradict each other on fairly important issues, not to mention the fact that plenty of AA languages are drastically underresearched and the fact that the hypothesis that Omotic is more closely related to (the rest of) AA than to anything else within Nostratic has recently turned out to be very, very poorly supported.

    How NOT to reconstruct a protolanguage

  • But most investors don’t look for the “games” where the line is most wrong—in younger, underresearched, and little-known companies.

    Jim Cramer's Real Money


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