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'I didn't mean to insult, underrate, slight or demean any young Nigerian artiste; what I did was to state the obvious.
"It will be a tough match for both teams and we cannot afford to underrate them despite their low position in the league.
He asserts interaction between indigenous improvisation and imported three-part composition, but seems to underrate the criterion that tenors of polyphonic Tenorlieder are supposed to have been pre-existent.
To a Russian in MoscowChristos P Panayiotidesis making a mountain out of a molehillin his article 'Russian ambassador underrates the intelligence of Cyprus people' published on July 21, 2019, but he may have a change of heart while visiting your beautiful island.
The SWP's founding principles declare: "The main specific task of the SWP is the mobilization of the American masses for struggle against American capitalism and for its overthrow." The June 1973 issue of the SWP's Internal Information Bulletin states: "As Marxists, we do not believe in individual terror because it underrates the class struggle.
Salerno presses on to argue that the Allies failed to adopt a robust enough policy towards Italy prior to the outbreak of war with her, although this is a questionable assumption that underrates the challenge from the Italian navy.