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undercutting

 [un´der-kut″ing]
the effect of scatter on a radiographic image, caused when an unattenuated x-ray beam strikes the film screen detector.
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The initial indication is that Undercutting hampers but does not eliminate the ability of Low-price Matching to sustain collusion.
The extent of surface failure and scribe undercutting for all the tested coating systems are presented in table 2.
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There's been a lot of undercutting, so bank areas may not be stable.
DUBLIN, Ireland -- While rates will undoubtedly stay soft in the coming year, it is highly unlikely that the motor market will see a return to the bad old days of plummeting rates and a sustained period of undercutting resulting in a genuine price war.
The actions by the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation has also preemptively taken over pensions of facilities in the Ohio Valley, significantly reducing benefits and undercutting steel industry consolidation efforts.
Today's ruling is the latest in a long line of WTO decisions undercutting America by overriding our trade laws and the nation's ability to make sovereign decisions in the interest of the American economy and the American people," Gerard said.
We are incensed by Microsoft's arrogance, and perplexed by its schizophrenic decision to support standards on one platform while undercutting them on another," said Web Standards Project group leader Jeffrey Zeldman.
Prices have been reduced on Accton's most popular ISA and PCI network adapters, undercutting the cost of competing network adapters by as much as 67 percent.
With the new retail pricing, Accton's Fast EtherPair-TX PCI adapters are now the most cost-effective in the market, undercutting pricing on comparable adapters from other manufacturers.