under-funded


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under-funded

[ˌʌndəˈfʌndɪd] adjinsufficientemente sovvenzionato/a
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The under-funded "cheap and cheerful" patching up of roads currently undertaken by many local authorities was "wholly inadequate", the company added.
SIR - Every political party and independent commission has agreed that Wales is under-funded.
7 billion) for armaments from 2011-2020 would leave ground forces and other parts of the military under-funded and outdated, media reported.
Mr O'Brien said: "It's very worrying for people when their final salary pension winds up under-funded and they don't know how much of their pension they will receive.
He said: "I don't think that the SNP can come to London and say Scotland has been under-funded.
As a teacher in the Roxbury section of Boston, Kozol saw firsthand that these under-funded, segregated schools were not preparing children for the future.
School campaigners last night claimed Northumberland County Council's school shake-up is under-funded.
After serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, many young veterans are finding that America's system of health care, disability, education and job placement benefits are under-funded, tangled in red tape and lacking in relevancy to the needs of the 21st century families.
economic future if it leaves education programs unfunded or under-funded.
In addition to the new drug benefit, Medicare Parts A and B are also under-funded.
has launched an education pilot program to donate music technology curriculum suites to schools and organizations to help music students of under-funded schools and at-risk youth.