n.1.Something set or built under as a support; a pedestal.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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And they have no real undersetting that most laws protecting rights, most notably state and federal bill of rights, are designed to be counter-majoritarian.
The effect of electrostatic interactions on solute transport appears to be relatively restricted in the Tegulines Clay, potentially easing the undersetting of contaminant transport.
Undersetting and saw slotting with RII of 0.882 and 0.862 were ranked 1st and 2nd, respectively.
The selected building professionals for the study (civil engineers, architects, and quantity surveyors) recommended that, undersetting and saw slotting, are the main remedial measures for controlling and treating rising damp in buildings that have already affected with damp.
Also, the use of tyrolean, terrazzo, and tilling is not effective and efficient measures of remedying rising damp, undersetting and saw slotting are the most recommended methods.
If not set properly, there could be distortion, while undersetting could cause a loss of overtone assessment.