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1 It should be noted that most corporate purchases are made directly from the carriers so that segment of the market is under-represented by Amazon's lists.
2 world is witnessing a secular shift in favour of the developing world, which generates roughly 50% of global GDP but is under-represented in investors' portfolios, he says.
3 The governance structure of the rejuvenated IMF will also change, with "under-represented" (mostly developing) countries getting at least 5% more of the voting rights by 2011.
4 July 25: in science and technology, spheres of society where women are woefully underrepresented, this day in history offers a bountiful exception. Here are the milestones.
5 less than 15% of the population, live mainly in the south and are under-represented in public life.
6 result, many countries are now underrepresented, even by the fund's odd formulas, and others find their clout falls far short of their weight in world output.
7 First, he wants to sprinkle extra votes on a handful of underrepresented countries (probably China, South Korea, Mexico and Turkey, although he has yet to confirm this).
8 It could simply boil down to a lack of opportunity: Women still earn less than men working the same jobs and are underrepresented in the boardroom.
9 agreement to reshape IMF governance acknowledged the growing importance of fast-rising countries like Turkey, Brazil and China that are underrepresented on it.
10 Women of a certain age are still underrepresented on British TV in favour of their younger, more beautiful counterparts, whilst less attractive, older men continue to be employed.
11 Moderates are underrepresented, so citizens seeking better health care may seem less numerous than poker fans.
12 underrepresented for such an influential piece of literature, and it is a very enjoyable read even ignoring the wonderful world of Shangri-La. [read it here.]
13 Large displacement motorcycles are underrepresented in accidents but they are associated with higher injury severity when involved in accidents.
14 We have a lot to be proud about with Georgia Tech, particularly things related to diversity and underrepresented minorities.
15 an outsized share of Ivy League degrees, Asian-Americans are underrepresented in executive suites, according to a study expected to be released Monday.
16 Overweight females are starkly underrepresented among CEOs of big U. S. companies, says a new study published in the British journal 'Equal Opportunities International.
17 Women are underrepresented in these fields.
18 Despite the best efforts of today's educators, women are still woefully underrepresented in the math, technology and science fields.
19 These early content analyses found Blacks to be underrepresented compared to their Numbers in the real world.
20 new Museum, which showcases the work of underrepresented contemporary artists, opened its doors on the Bowery in 2007 with a striking new building that resembles a stack of seven off-kilter boxes.
21 Mr. Noh said the company's two brands are especially under-represented in Guangdong, the huge southern province that is currently dominated by Japanese car brands.
22 Sandzak’s Bosniaks say they are under-represented in state institutions like the police.
23 At the moment we aren't considering giving this debuff to anyone else, though we will certainly consider PvP utility for historically under-represented specs that use other mechanics.
24 Urban interests were consistently underrepresented in the legislature.
25 This benefited the urban areas that had developed, as well as all in the population who had been underrepresented for more than sixty years.
26 as a result, urbanized areas were grossly underrepresented.
27 At that time, Alabama and many other states had to change their legislative districting, as many across the country had systems that underrepresented urban areas and districts.
28 It is the first African-American video news site that focuses on underrepresented stories in existing national news.
29 British Columbia is underrepresented in the Senate of Canada, leading Premier Christy Clark to refuse to cooperate with the federal government's reforms for senate appointments to be made based on the recommendations of a new advisory board that would use non-partisan criteria.
30 The Suitcase Clinic was established in the late 1980s by undergraduate and graduate level students to provide direct medical services to the homeless and underrepresented population of Berkeley.