How To Use Undermanned In A Sentence

  • Mrs Crowther belongs to the neighbourhood watch and admires the two hard-working local beat police, but says they are ridiculously undermanned.
  • In some stores we were undermanned and customer service was suffering.
  • You all know we were undermanned before this encounter.
  • Many aircraft maintenance areas are undermanned.
  • Army fuel supply sections were also undermanned and officers from army reserves (three to five persons) were used to strengthen them.
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  • The conditions were very bad, and we were grossly undermanned.
  • Reserves Perry Carter and Lionel Washington handled the emergency responsibilities with little problem, easing the burden of an undermanned secondary.
  • Undermanned, unambitious and passionate only when circumstances demanded, they were given what they deserved.
  • Their operations are pathetically undercapitalised, undermanned, and haphazard.
  • We're undermanned, underpowered, out-classed in nearly every way.
  • Patients wait hours while the undermanned and sometimes short - tempered staff struggle to meet the demand.
  • In some stores we were undermanned and customer service was suffering.
  • One of the problems was that the Curator's office was so undermanned that each agent had an average of three hours to spend per year on each of the people under their control.
  • Broadly speaking, both they had little trouble in containing this undermanned attack.
  • We're undermanned, undersized, and undermotivated.
  • Most of the departments had been undermanned anyways.
  • We are hopelessly undermanned, the medical services have been run down and at least 10% of our frontline forces are unfit for duty.
  • The commanders reporting to their superiors explain they are undermanned and are doing the best they can.
  • The military health system is seriously undermanned and underfinanced for the number of casualties coming home.
  • Chief Constables remonstrated that their forces were undermanned and hampered by the increased powers of the Militia. A SONG AT TWILIGHT
  • There are significantly undermanned career fields.
  • Some skills are crowded and others are undermanned.
  • While they have mutual-aid arrangements with local outside fire agencies, their own departments often are undermanned.
  • They had council managers as witnesses who claimed the cleansing department was undermanned, underresourced and always short of men.
  • But they are undermanned and spread too thinly.
  • The federal appellate courts are vastly undermanned, largely because Congress blocks more judicial nominees than it confirms.
  • For example, the reserve components are eliminating a number of units that have traditionally been undermanned to ensure that remaining units are more likely to have their full complement of personnel.
  • They are undermanned and feel neglected, lack confidence in their generals and are disgusted by political leadership.
  • His badly undermanned team played with heart but had no hope of matching the two great world powers of the game.

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