underpublicized

underpublicized

(ˌʌndəˈpʌblɪˌsaɪzd) or

underpublicised

adj
lacking publicity
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(328) On the underpublicized, long-term effect of the Trump
Troy's Brandon Silvers is another underpublicized quarterback who didn't face elite competition but could be a value pick on Day 3 because he possesses some impressive characteristics.
Instead, the results of these demonstrations are typically only available in a final report on the CMS website, thus going underpublicized in the broader research community.
It is the most complete, scholarly, and fully documented account of this famous (and underpublicized) unit, unlikely to be superseded.
In my profession, the trend toward information automation is equally demanding as an underpublicized trend has begun to take hold: the arrival of dozens of Web-based advisory tools, also known as "robo advisors." This isn't quite the same as the "Terminator" movies, when machines take control, but it does raise questions about the limits of technology and how the world of advice will respond.
In 2010, the Administration publicly claimed that "corruption is a violation of basic human rights." (15) The paper was both underpublicized, and undertheorized; it did little to promote or defend this assertion.
Fish Oil Fails Extensively in Clinical Trials, but These Failures Are Often Underpublicized: Three Significant 2013 Fish Oil Failures
Mother's Day's radical roots, says McGavin, are underpublicized. Her feminist organization uses Mother's Day as a chance to share that history.
There isn't a more overlooked and underpublicized team in Central Mass.
In an important but underpublicized development, the DoL released a Request for Information (RFI) regarding electronic disclosure under ERISA-covered welfare and pension plans.
Excessive female feticide and the highest sex ratio in the world of 120 males to every 100 females are the underpublicized tragedies of this policy.