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dis·pro·por·tion·al

 (dĭs′prə-pôr′shə-nəl)
adj.
Disproportionate.

dis′pro·por′tion·al·ly adv.
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And did she not make a knight of me by gently asking if I would be so kind as to carve the chicken, and how she laughed quite disproportionally at my school-boy story of the man who, being asked to carve a pigeon, said he thought they had better send for a wood-carver, as it seemed to be a wood pigeon.
The same thing is to be perceived in the other arts and sciences; for a painter would not represent an animal with a foot disproportionally large, though he had drawn it remarkably beautiful; nor would the shipwright make the prow or any other part of the vessel larger than it ought to be; nor will the master of the band permit any who sings louder and better than the rest to sing in concert with them.
He said, "The payments problem is a global problem, but its negative impact disproportionally affects emerging market.
Patrick Griffin, Ripple's head of business development commented- "The payments problem is a global problem, but its negative impact disproportionally affects emerging markets.
The test The BD Onclarity HPV assay also identifies HPV genotypes 16, 18, and 45, which are associated with the majority of cervical cancers worldwide, and are disproportionally responsible for up to 94% of glandular cervical cancer cases.
As the conflict in Syria approaches its eighth year, it is important that we do not forget Palestine refugees, who have been disproportionally affected and the large majority of whom rely on UNRWA to meet their daily needs.
Communist forces in the Vietnam War lost most battles and suffered disproportionally higher casualties than the United States and its allies throughout the conflict.
5 ha in rural and disproportionally poor communities, horticulture is an important source of income.
Women and girls continue to be disproportionally affected by HIV, particularly in Africa.
Traditionally, in developed economies, the more skilled and higher educated groups have disproportionally benefited from free movement of labour, while the mid to low-level income segments have shouldered more of the negative externalities," said Samir Sweida-Metwally, Senior Analyst at Emerging Markets Intelligence and Research.
This has resulted on the burden of care falling disproportionally on the shoulders of people affected by dementia, who often pay care fees which are actually higher than the cost of delivering the care they receive for support - which is frequently disjointed and variable in quality.