well-represented

well-represented

adj (well represented when postpositive)
having good or sufficient representation
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Given how well-represented the fossil fuel industry already is in this administration, its a surprise that they feel the need to hold meetings at all.
If Nick Forbes wanted something to complain about, he could have addressed the dominance of the event by German companies which accounted for some 1,500 out of 1,970 exhibits - the UK was actually well-represented in comparison with other European countries and the rest of the world.
The South will be well-represented by its illustrious art figures, among them renowned glass sculptor Ramon Orlina.
Godolphin are without a runner in the classic for the second year in succession but are well-represented elsewhere on the card.
The famous blue silks of Godolphin have enjoyed plenty of success at this fixture and will be well-represented again.
Currently, the Turkish investors are well-represented in Kyrgyzstan," he went on.
Women are well-represented in a range of roles, including engineering, airport management, airport services, marketing, customer services, cabin crew, flight operations, sales and communications.
The brand is already well-represented in the Middle East retail market.
NNA - Caretaker Water and Energy Minister, Gebran Bassil, stressed Sunday that Christians ought to be present and well-represented in ministerial portfolios of sovereign, services and regular nature.
The firearms industry is well-represented on the sponsor rolls 40 with companies such as S&W, NSSF, Mossberg, Yamaha, Crimson Trace, Leupold, Surefire, Hornady, Ruger, XS Sights, SIG Sauer and more represented.
LIKE Liverpool, Everton will be well-represented player-wise at this summer's finals but it's a bit of a double-edged sword because people are already talking about possible moves away from Goodison Park for some of their stars.