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a line drawn underneath (especially under written matter)

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give extra weight to (a communication)

draw a line or lines underneath to call attention to

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The Underscore Cube BubbleMassage bath has 122 staggered airjets and 18 levels of airflow adjustability that produce 360-degrees of bubbles for a relaxing and personalised bathing experience.
6) Although Nash underscores that pluralistic dialogue can begin, if "unbounded," in the classroom or counseling office or coffee house, campus ministers find that campus ministry is an ideal place of hospitality where dialogue can happen about "what truly matters to students: their heartfelt search for religious and spiritual meaning.
The music that will be featured in the advertising campaign builds off the long-standing 16-year relationship between Hilton and the Grammy(R) Awards -- a relationship that was established to underscore that music and travel can transform, inspire and refresh the soul.
The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), specializing in constitutional law, said today the television interview with John Roberts in 2000 where the Supreme Court nominee addressed a wide variety of issues clearly underscores the fact that Roberts has a judicial philosophy of interpreting the Constitution and not legislating from the bench.
Their achievements as individuals and as a group underscore the proven domain expertise and unequalled track records of MPM's professional investment team.
For those who don't have insurance coverage or a regular provider, we're offering on-site vaccination at the biggest community events this summer which underscores CDPH's commitment that all MSM should be vaccinated", said Dr.
The operation, which underscores the market's confidence in ENDESA's creditworthiness, should provide the Company with greater flexibility in managing its debt and complements its strategy of mainly tapping the capital markets.
By frustrating their intended efficiency to create other narratives, Slominski underscores the silence that surrounds every package that has arrived safely at its final destination.
But this short-term problem underscores a worrisome, long-term issue.
A spate of recent incidents underscores the dangers of government usurpation of religious symbols and phrases.
The story behind this innovative promotional program underscores the unusual benefits and possibilities available to real estate owners who successfully create single-industry properties based on target marketing programs.
The recent addition of Matt Hayward to that staff underscores our commitment to provide our customers with supportive sales coverage.
The first part of Carroll's original title, "The Virgin Not," is for some reason omitted here, which is too bad because it so clearly underscores his central point that language representing the biology of female sexuality in the plays is linked to a particular obsession with the existence--or not--of the hymen (the virgin knot).
A visit to her rural family underscores her disconnection - Tom, appalled, avoids greasy foods while Mabel is shocked to reunite with her high-school suitor, whose current get-rich scheme involves creating an all-black airline funded by a mail-order pork business.
Yet Radcliff consistently underscores the knowledge and associations that linked both local working classes and elites to other areas of Spain.