My brother was to be his representative and successor; he must go to Eton and Oxford, for the sake of making connexions, of course: my father was not a man to underrate
the bearing of Latin satirists or Greek dramatists on the attainment of an aristocratic position.
"I think you underrate
the value of that emotion," she said slowly, and a little awkwardly.
Majek also said this was a simple advice and wasn't meant to underrate
or slight young artists, but a fatherly encouragement to improve on their craft by doing good sounds that will remain evergreen.
Arthur Jay Klinghoffer points out that maps may clearly be manipulated, and assesses the impact of political developments such as the Cold War and the post-Cold War, but he is inclined to underrate
the degree to which there are separate cartographic issues.
Katherine Brown's tabulations of Virginia landholding in Richmond and Augusta Counties underrate
acreage in the former by over one fifth of the total, and in the latter by almost one fourth of the total.
That's because we usually underrate
our ability to follow trains of logical thought.
'NOT UNDERRATING ANYONE'Gor skipper Harun Shakava said it would be disastrous to underrate
the Matsatsantsa just because of their poor domestic form."It's a strong side because they reached the final of the competition last year," Shakava, who is with Harambee Stars in Morocco for international assignments told Nation Sport.
It is curious how many American critics, including even his friend Edwin Denby, apparently underrate
Robbins in almost direct proportion to their unstinting admiration for George Balanchine, Robbins' mentor.