Cation-exchange gHb methods can be affected by variant Hbs in one of three ways: (a) Hb [A.sub.1c] may be resolved from the Hb [variant.sub.1c], whereas Hb A is poorly resolved or not resolved at all from the Hb variant, leading to an underestimation
Where results between traditional and secondary measures of information processing show discrepant results, an underestimation
of cognitive abilities can be prevented through a moderated clinical interpretation of results.
However, the Palestinian Prisoners Association says the numbers the Haaretz provided are a gross underestimation
"Only the people decide who will defend their interests and everything else is an attempt for underestimation
," said Osmani.
Newcastle's website said the goal 'had a hint of hand ball', in perhaps the biggest underestimation
ever, although Chelsea won the match 3-2 in the end, the report added.
According to Rizaov, this self-absorption and certainty that they will win, underestimation
and insult of the public was not allowed to be manifested even by the communists in the one-party system when one party always used to win.
Speaking to Radio Free Lebanon, the MP said that yesterday's remarks by MP Mohammad Rd, who considered that the declaration of Bbda was stillborn, were an underestimation
of the position of the Lebanese and Hezbollah's commitments.
Today local ward councillor Liam Robinson said: "It is pleasing to see that there is beginning to be some progress because the situation is starting to blight the area." In December it was revealed that delays and the underestimation
of costs meant the road scheme would cost pounds 9.5m.
Whatever the Owen camp's underestimation
of potential sales, I immediately racked her up in my record collecting.
The biggest underestimation
was at 70mph, where the correct figure is 96 metres.
We show that concurvity in spatial data can lead to underestimation
of the standard error of the estimated air pollution effect, even when using an asymptotically unbiased standard error estimator.