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Needs repeating - read the underlaying data of these polls and judge for yourself how significant they are.
We know what the underlaying feelings are but we are suppose to believe what's told to us instead.
Store the position of required elements (links), add a layer, add new elements to the new layer matching the position of the original underlaying elements.
Yes, there is the underlaying David and Goliath story that is the basis, so to speak, for the series.
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Not mentioned in the vert briefing was the underlaying reason for this mission.
ZAKARIA: So, one of the things, perhaps the central point you're trying to make in your book is, if you think about the world that we all live in, a world of increasingly globalization, structures of governance, there is a kind of value system underlaying it, and that lots of people feel that the Islamic world doesn't seem to share the values of the West or the advanced world or the industrialized world.
A poll focusing on a major Democratic issue ... points to Edwards being popular so it must be flawed before you even have had a chance to review the underlaying numbers or poll construction.
I said about having just been jumping from one crisis to another without looking at the underlaying problems but that these needed to be addressed or this was just going to carry on.
Like habitual gluttony, anorexia is also often symptomatic of underlaying emotional trauma.
Happy New Year! Steven Barnes 2009
We assume there is some underlaying monolithic property, but by all evidence so far, reality seems to be a function of relative interactions of opposing forces, with matter as a fairly stable manifestation of this.