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  • adj. Insufficiently skilled


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  • Bradley's credible but undersized and underskilled, which is exactly Mayweather's


  • Many citizens who are underemployed are not "underskilled".

    WindyBits - Main

  • This bill moves us in the other direction, placing the higher-cost needs of 66 and 67-year-old Americans in the hands of underskilled and overly profit-driven private insurers.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: Raising the Medicare Age: 8 Reasons It's the Worst Presidential "Bargain" Since 1854

  • In most cases these agencies understaffed and underskilled.

    Don’t Get Clever

  • Ethical hunting includes stalking to within reasonable rifle range -- something many of today's over-equipped and underskilled "hunters" find foreign.

    The Great Overbore Conundrum

  • Thus, the Arctic economy is a restrictive blend of resource-extraction industries and government dollars, with an underskilled and undereducated work force.

    Unfreezing Arctic Assets

  • Tough regulation is needed to safeguard patients who seek cosmetic surgery from being exploited by a multitude of private clinics employing underskilled surgeons in poorly equipped operating theatres, a damning report finds today.

    Savage new report cuts into cosmetic surgery clinics in Britain

  • Most of the unemployment is by relatively young people, many in school and working part-time, a large proportion of which are underskilled for the jobs

    On Climate Science Denial

  • I can not believe the BBC is so overpriced and yet so disgracefully underskilled.


  • They are understaffed by overworked and underskilled workers, and no matter the commissions appointed and the reforms promised, past history suggests that once public outrage wanes, little will change.

    Jay Neugeboren: Death by Neglect


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