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The most important consideration when choosing a soundbar for its size is that it retains flexibility and versatility in spite of having an understated appearance.

Not many quick-brew coffee machines can prepare two beverages at once, but this machine from Senseo does just that, all while maintaining a low profile thanks to its simple functions and understated design.

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"I am half mad," says she, and any one who reads the letter will conclude that she understated her mental condition.

They were massed, standing among benches on either side, and if anything Pyairr Ravney had understated their numbers.

A Slave is a SlaveHenry Beam Piper

"I liked it, Mr. Paret," she replied simply, and I knew that she had understated.

A Far Country, CompleteWinston Churchill

In order that we may understated this, it becomes necessary for us to consider the means by which it is formed.

Instances have been known where scholars have understated their ages, hoping thereby to remain with favorite teachers.

In my History of the time I have understated the number of those who were executed.

I have understated it even now, for he has achieved two careers as a politician—one on each side of the House.

Real Soldiers of FortuneRichard Harding Davis

From all that I hear, I still think that I have understated them.

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