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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.

    Australia Looks Ahead

  • The retailer said it canceled an annual clearance sale because inadvertent understocking meant it doesn't "have much merchandise to clear."

    Overheard: Pier 1 Unmoored

  • Offended collectors blame understocking, not overzealous shopping.

    Trying To Cool Collectomania

  • 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.

    New Study Shows Stores Discriminate Against Fat Women Shoppers

  • Given the understaffing and understocking of most retailers, the live experience frankly doesn't compare well.

    Baptist Standard

  • "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.

    Infoworld News


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