short-change


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Citizens Advice chief executive Gillian Guy said: "A watered-down scheme would short-change customers by millions."
She said: "I'm sure you and the usual channels would not want to short-change MPs or our constituents outside, and I am asking for a second day's debate on April 29."
This also causes pressure to be put on drivers to speed and short-change sleep in order to meet delivery deadlines.
Design Knowledge--In addition to the problem of specifications that short-change iron castings, Gerhardt also cited the current language problem between foundries and designers that must be addressed.
Managers measured and evaluated by short-term financial measures will manage to those measures and likely short-change new initiatives for growth, customer-focus, innovation and employee empowerment.