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This is also likely an underestimate of Filipino cases, since many speak English.
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Instead, the country has seen at least 193,000 deaths, a figure that is probably an underestimate.
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The team noticed similar underestimates in models of the 2019 heat waves in Europe.
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States also vary in how and where they are performing tests, and some count only proven cases and not also presumptive ones, leading to significant underestimates of the death toll.
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Lawyers always underestimate the legal knowledge of an intelligent layman.
"Do not underestimate my intelligence, I understand you," he laughed.
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
It would however be a serious error to underestimate the value of the earlier work in plant histology.
It is a pity that the critic is unable to contend with him on such a point without appearing to underestimate that work.
PICTURE AND TEXTHENRY JAMES
These men represented the batting strength of Place, and Ken, though he did not in the least underestimate them, had no fear.
THE YOUNG PITCHERZANE GREY
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