under-achievement

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under-achievement

[ˌʌndərəˈtʃiːvmənt] Nbajo rendimiento m
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There is criminality, there is educational under-achievement, there is political disconnect and so far there appears to be no answer to these problems.
So when asked if this campaign under Coleman's command is one of under-achievement, the Cardiff City striker proves a typically candid response.
A shameful testament to the disinterest of many governments, it traps individuals in depressing world of under-achievement and lack of fulfillment.
TWO Midland cities are blighted by hotspots of educational under-achievement, according to a new report.
Cabinet member for Education Coun David Kershaw said he was ''deeply disappointed'' with the report and admitted there was "no excuse" for under-achievement in primary schools.
TROUBLED youngsters are frequently excluded from mainstream education, consigned to a life of under-achievement.
Summary: Maria Sharapova has vowed that she will put years of clay court under-achievement behind her, starting with victory over German 15th seed Andrea Petkovic in Wednesday's French Open quarterfinals.
With youth unemployment figures rising, there is widespread fear that a generation could be lost to under-achievement and poverty.
But the club appointed Jose Ms ourinho with the intention of ending a period of perceived under-achievement and they may be about to reap the reward.
RUGBY UNION: Ben Foden last night insisted the time has come for England to make up for seven years of under-achievement by lifting the Six Nations title.
Summary: Steven Gerrard says he is back in form as he looks to put a season of under-achievement behind him and help England to World Cup glory.
HARRY REDKNAPP will raid former club Ports mouth this summer in a bid to recruit three key players to cure Tottenham's perennial under-achievement.