Only one buyer was found, the price is overestimated
and that buyer did not inspire confidence.
The predominant direction of estimation error varied by race/ethnicity Of the white women, 10% accurately estimated their risk, 39% underestimated, and 51% overestimated
EU biofuel subsidy figures: Figures on European Union biofuel subsidies, cited by members of the European Parliament and environmental campaigners in policy debates in recent months were considerably overestimated
and have been downsized by nearly 40 percent.
In other words, the central bank has overestimated
Tisha Schuller, the president and chief executive officer of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, expressed her concerns that the EPA overestimated
the benefits of the rule by overestimating the emissions from fractured wells and overestimating the cost savings from the rule, while underestimating the costs for new equipment and regulatory and administrative requirements.
For many, the art of letter writing has been superseded by text and email, so it is unsurprising that children overestimated
the price of a stamp.
The difficulty is when he was my number two, in a sense, as chancellor to my prime minister, people maybe overestimated
his capacity to be prime minister.
In all, 39% of girls and 18% of boys were inactive--80% of their parents wrongly thought their child to be sufficiently active and 40% of these children overestimated
their activity level.
This is sometimes overestimated
in all sorts of places, including the Champions League.
Last night a spokesman for the couple said: "The Revenue overestimated
by tens of thousands.
9 percent of respondents either overestimated
or underestimated their credit quality.
Anxious over the prospects of change, the students overestimated
their constitution-toting president and his ability to implement the rule of law in Iran.
Sources say Mercado-Valdes overestimated
ad revenues and underestimated the financial outlays of launching Weekend VIBE and Livin' Large while trying to simultaneously produce It's Showtime at the Apollo.
The authors present compelling evidence that this focus on growth at all costs has led us into a dangerous phase called "overshoot" in which we've overestimated
and overused the Earth's capacity.