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subpar

(sŭb″păr′) [″ + L. par, equal]
Below accepted standards, said, e.g., of poor performance by an employee or institution.
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BEIRUT: Former Lebanon manager Theo Bucker was relieved of his duties by Nejmeh Wednesday after overseeing a subpar season for the eight-time Lebanese champions.
Dwyane Wade had a subpar game scoring 17 points, below his 25.
Designed for the oil and gas and petrochemical markets, the camera meets requirements for Subpar W, Gas Detection and Smart LIDAR Compliance.
Provides specific problem-solving solutions to daily problems that alienate patients and their families and lead to subpar patient satisfaction experiences.
Schools with subpar ratings see cuts in credit lines for student loans.
Recently a University of Moratuwa report found subpar construction on 28 out of 73 bridges tested, requiring complete overhaul or reinforcement.
In addition to scores of online complaints, residents tom me unequivocally that caretaking has been subpar.
But he warned that even after a recovery gets under way, economic activity is likely to be subpar, and companies will still be cautious about hiring workers.
In doing so, they stimulated the growth of the subpar mortgage market and substantially magnified the costs of its collapse.
The US economy will continue to see subpar expansion through 2009, according to several of the nation's top economic forecasters.
In fact, his only subpar game of the tournament was against Taft of Woodland Hills, the Daily News' top-ranked team, when he finished with seven points in an 87-39 loss.
Thus, there is nearly a one-to-one correspondence between the percentage disapproving of Bush and the percentage saying he will be remembered as a subpar president (59% vs.