Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
And even if they did, a lot of them would underrepresent what the problem was, because you're not supposed to ask for help.
I did not underrepresent the forces we would be facing.
They underrepresent the craft beer industry which has been particularly strong in the past few years.
If anything, they said, the preliminary results might underrepresent the health effects that may yet emerge.
He had never learned to underrepresent his genius and skill in order to be accepted.
And other researchers suggested that the survey may in fact underrepresent the number of male providers.
Overall, the 104 cases probably underrepresent the actual number of malaria cases.
Many scholars believe that the boundaries were gerrymandered to underrepresent Nationalists.
The study acknowledges that it "may underrepresent some groups" and that more studies are needed to reach a wider population.
Telephone polls tend to underrepresent those at the lowest end of the economic spectrum, because many do not have phones.
For example, electoral lists may underrepresent the elderly or people who are cognitively impaired.
The authors acknowledge that their sample did not include children, and that it may underrepresent homeless people.
Even those figures may underrepresent the number of assaults, Ms. Zuckerman said.
These self-reported estimates may underrepresent the true picture in the population since many people with mental illness remain undiagnosed.
Earlier clinical trials have tended to underrepresent these populations [ 24 ] .
Although mostly documented in men, there are also women who exhibit the disorder, and researchers assume available estimates underrepresent the true number of female pedophiles.
As a result, the properties tracked do not include houses financed with jumbo loans, and the survey data underrepresent the subprime slice of the market.
That skews the results of the survey, producing results that underrepresent those who fail to return their census forms.
However, archaeological sections, while being useful and valuable, only ever present a slice or caricature of a sequence, and often underrepresent its complexity.
The official government rate is widely believed to underrepresent the true number of unemployed because it leaves out large swaths of the private or informal economy.
To the extent that this occurs, aggregation of the individual estimates may underrepresent the "true" cost to the federal government of maintaining all of them.
Like other foreign automakers with plants in the United States, Honda argues that the labels were designed to underrepresent the American content of their vehicles.
The findings could not be reconciled with previous ones from a broader baseline and would probably underrepresent adolescents more likely to use drugs through lack of parental concern.
Can ethnic and gender equality be achieved while media representations and employment practices continue (despite some progress) to stereotype, marginalize, or underrepresent women and minorities?
It will overrepresent those whose passing strikes others as newsworthy and underrepresent those who end their days in retired obscurity in some sunny clime.
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