- v be or form the base for
- v lie underneath
- But the studies do highlight the very different ideas researchers have today about the mechanisms that underlie the condition.
- But because defects in the mitochondria may underlie an astonishing range of very familiar illnesses, researchers are beginning to suspect that the real number is vastly higher.
- Labor suspects that it knows what causes underlie the discrimination against 40-year-oldsters.
- Henry Paulson in AFP
As we manage through the current challenges, we must also focus on the long-term fundamentals that underlie sustainable growth in both our nations,said Paulson, who led the US side to the two-day cabinet-level "strategic economic...
- Stephen Breyer in Fort Smith Times Record
There is no reason why judges should "consider the basic values that underlie a constitutional provision and their contemporary significance," as Justice Stephen Breyer said in his dissent against the Supreme Court's gun control decision.
- John Negroponte in Reuters
But Negroponte said the United States needed a better understanding of "what China has in mind with respect to its military modernization, what the doctrines are that underlie this and what their intentions are".