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And while I'm suffering from underworking, I'm undersleeping from all the worrying over people I care for.
babycartercl Diary Entry babycartercl 2007
My thyroid levels were to high still (underworking).
I'm the mami! zkandaloza 2006
Spanish settlements on the Pacific; and to become rich by underworking and underselling the people of Hindustan; and, to crown all, to extend far and wide the traffic in oil, by killing tame whales on the spot, instead of sailing around the stormy region of Cape Horn. '
Humanly Speaking Samuel McChord Crothers
Obesity comes from overloading the stomach and underworking the body.
Keeping Fit All the Way Walter Camp 1892
Alarmed at the idea that the present flight from England may tend to give the labourer power to select his employer, and to have some control over the amount of his reward, the London _Times_ suggests the expediency of importing cheap labourers from Germany and other parts of the continent, to aid in underworking their fellow-labourers in America and in India.
The decline in the home demand for manufactures then produced a necessity for seeking new markets, for underworking the Hindoo, and for further cheapening labour; and the more labour was cheapened the less became the demand for, and the return to capital.
German Ocean, and for the reason that there the system is based on the idea of cheapening labour at home and underworking the labourer abroad.
The object to be accomplished was that of underworking the poor Hindoo, and driving him from the market of the world, after which he was to be driven from his own.
One looks to underworking the Hindoo, and sinking the rest of the world to his level; the other to raising the standard of man throughout the world to our level.
LaRouche's Latest 2009
If these people were actually included in the unemployment figures, and if those figures actually accurately reported people who are underworking because of budget cuts, the unemployment rate could be as high as 25\% in our big cities, which would be higher than the Great Depression.