Underrepresented in an organization.
Therefore, I am underrepresented in the game.
Women are under-represented in many countries.
Dhaka and other cities were severely underrepresented in the old parliament.
In 2011, Blacks were under-represented in this industry, comprising only 5.
Clearly, women are under-represented in the top echelon of corporate India.
But on the top floor the glass ceiling remains, with women massively underrepresented in senior positions.
As in most countries, females are also under-represented in the local workforce which is roughly 54% male.
Women are chronically under-represented in parliament, although three new female MPs were elected in 2012.
We've sued the Commerce Department because the homeless were grossly underrepresented in the ninety census.
Educating girls Girls are underrepresented at schools.
City dwellers are under-represented at all levels of government.
It is a recognition that minorities are under-represented at universities.
Males also continue to be under-represented at tertiary level by a 2:1 ratio.
Women continue to be underrepresented at senior levels in the tertiary sector.
In some industries, women are underrepresented at all levels of the organisation.
Working class students, not to mention poor ones, were grossly under-represented at Canada?? s universities.
She raised the point that consumer and users are extremely under-represented at public discussions such as this one.
A number of people have pointed out that patients were very much under-represented at the hearings (John Mack did the math).
Women are underrepresented at the highest levels of academia and there are good reasons to think that this would damage the university.
But they're under-represented on this site.
I think gold is under-represented on the S &P.
Asian people in particular are under-represented on the database.
But you're right, The Eagles were tremendously underrepresented on that list.
To date, women counsel are still under-represented on the ICC List of Counsel.
But there is a category of tools that is underrepresented on most people's tool belts.
Representation on local decision making bodies Women are underrepresented on the local councils of the 12 cities.
The figures indicate that European New Zealanders are seriously under-represented on this panel and Maori over-represented.
Key affected populations, such as men who have sex with men (MSM ), and sex workers, continue to be underrepresented on CCMs.
Books about you are not effectively and sorely underrepresented on book blogs which by the way, the industry pays attention, too.
They are still vastly under-represented among CEOs.
They are even more seriously under-represented among trades workers (5.
So it is not an accident that Sri Lanka is underrepresented among the academics of the South Asian University.
Whites, in other words, were significantly under-represented among the rioters; while blacks were four times over-represented.
But when we find out that conservatives are underrepresented among us by a factor of more than 100, suddenly everyone finds it quite easy to generate alternate explanations.
It is possible that men with poor health are underrepresented among the respondents and therefore the true difference in self-rated health between men and women may be smaller.
But Manitoba companies were clearly under-represented among the 200 fastest-growing companies, which is based on growth rates from 2006 to 2011 -- M &L; General Contracting Ltd.
Discussion A century after the release of the Flexner Report, blacks and other ethnic and racial minorities remain vastly underrepresented among physicians and other health professions.
A century later, despite decades of targeted programs and advocacy, minorities are still vastly underrepresented among medical students, physicians, and medical school faculty of all ranks.
When you look at the differences, Whites are underrepresented by 2.
Additional members from the lists go mainly to a third party, under-represented by single seats.
That's especially disappointing given that Costello is so dynamic in concert, and so underrepresented by official live albums.
It's used on those who go to a craft fair complaining about the pricing not understanding that the true cost of the item is underrepresented by the price.
The building count we estimate is under-represented by a factor of 8, as many are just represented by an outline rather than individual addressable units.
Although the data was based on self-reports and was underrepresented by heterosexual men, Sikkema believes the findings can have broad clinical implications.
Most sexual offenders against children are male, although it is believed that the true number of female paedophiles is underrepresented by available estimates.
Anywhere in the world that social psychologists see women or minorities underrepresented by a factor of two or three, our minds jump to discrimination as the explanation.
Women are highly under-represented amongst academics, lawyers, and government officials.
New Westminster needs a real voice in the halls of the legislative assembly and I think we've been woefully underrepresented for the past many years and.
Perhaps their only significant consequence was that some electors were under-represented for relatively short periods while a new member was being chosen.
Even remembering that the social networking figures are probably under-represented for all of these countries, it must be remembered that video is now also a big part of social networking.
The fact that two major sections of KGP -- the women and the post-graduates -- have gone unrepresented or under-represented for such a long time raises questions on our whole electoral system.
In contrast, both the wealthiest and poorest extremes of society were under-represented within the IRA's ranks.