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And, quite frankly, much of the problem is that they tend to use it in a way that they either overstate it or understate it.
Many of them misinterpret the economic models, which understate the degree to which biofuels drive up prices.
However, it is not helpful to overstate the vulnerability or understate the reliability of our present electric power system.
All of these figures understate the magnitude of the jobs crisis.
These figures may actually understate the value of copyright.
Yes it is important not to overstate causal factors, and it's equally important not to understate causal factors.
But the skeptics who say this is a step on the way to universal health care actually understate the case.
In fact, the income differentials understate the chasm between college and high school grads.
The number may understate activity somewhat, as many factories have turned to temporary workers.
Yet even these figures understate the change that is taking place.
First, official statistics significantly understate growth.
Indeed, official figures understate inflationary pressures in many emerging economies.
But these figures understate the possible gains from investing in property.
In other words, price indexes are biased to understate actual cost of living increases.
Do not overstate or understate your level of experience and capability.
When marking your ratings, please do not overstate or understate your level of experience and capability.
When making your ratings, please do not overstate or understate your level of experience and capability.
It is fair to minority applicants, and does not understate their abilities.
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