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  • v. Present participle of underscore.


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  • Veteran astronaut John Young, a Gemini, Apollo, and Space Shuttle commander joined Abbey in underscoring the need for finding a new trajectory for NASA.

    Pelosi Likes Lampson - NASA Watch

  • This GDP underscoring is the sole reason why America has a higher GDP per capita then Europe.

    Matthew Yglesias » Policy Implications of Non-Commercial Production

  • If so, the LBC will have played some short-term role in underscoring the potential of literary weblogs, although their long-term potential is still to be tested.

    Statement of Purpose

  • Dottie joins myself, Bernice and Maria in underscoring the importance of this meeting and of the city keeping an independent, responsive and cost-efficient planning capacity.

    Dottie G. on importance of tonight's budget hearing

  • Your aid in underscoring my sterling character is appreciated - so please do - with all honesty - SAVE ME FROM THIS DERANGED MAN!!!


  • But that was not necessarily what the DCI was driving at in underscoring the limits of outside knowledge about Iran.

    Will Iran Be Next?

  • As the university man that I am, I challenge all universities the world over to be even more distinct in underscoring the world's need for peace, democracy and social and economic justice.

    Presentation Speech - The Nobel Peace Prize 2003

  • It starts out with a Democratic congresswoman from Illinois can't remember her name underscoring that she felt the war was based on a lie etc.


  • The Panchen Lama addressed the forum in English, underscoring Beijing's determination to give him a prominent international role.


  • Forget for a second that it’s supposed to be a point about gender: What Paglia’s underscoring is that our worst and best impulses are often sides of the same coin.

    Operative Conditioning


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