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States across the US have found themselves struggling with underdeveloped logistics that have caused problems in delivery and made rollout slower than promised.
The lack of non–English-language websites on the open Internet is a strong proxy for an underdeveloped digital economy.
However, while the methods of fraud are not necessarily new, identifying and eliminating fraud in the CTV ad market is difficult because of how underdeveloped and opaque the market remains.
In countries with underdeveloped infrastructure, a vaccine’s journey can be perilous.
The issue might be less about major disruption on continent but more about the over-reliance on underdeveloped supply chains which struggle in the wake of the global crisis.
Though immature and underdeveloped by Terran standards, she had a fair figure for a Dry-town woman.
THE DOOR THROUGH SPACEMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY
This is because it is underdeveloped, the chemicals acting too quickly to allow it to gain density.
An overexposed and underdeveloped plate may be redeveloped, and this process is usually called strengthening or intensifying.
This is more likely against a modernized, developed state than an underdeveloped government.
SHOCK AND AWEHARLAN K. ULLMAN
It means steady advancement in the economic development of the underdeveloped areas of the world.
EAST-WEST TRADE TRENDSHAROLD E. STASSEN

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