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- v. Present participle of understock.
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He urges the policy of understocking, that is, less sheep per acre, indeed it should be less than one sheep for every acre of land.
The retailer said it canceled an annual clearance sale because inadvertent understocking meant it doesn't "have much merchandise to clear."
Offended collectors blame understocking, not overzealous shopping.
The problem lies with the understocking of sizes normal women need and the commission system that keeps sales clerks out for a buck and not for good service.
Given the understaffing and understocking of most retailers, the live experience frankly doesn't compare well.
"But although Apple has stated that they think that phones are price sensitive, they overestimated that price sensitivity by understocking the $200 iPhone, and overstocking the $100 model.