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For all the recent growth in neighborhoods like Dumbo and Williamsburg, large pockets of the city remain underpopulated and underdeveloped.
But elsewhere in Miranda’s shrinking world, with its De Chirico shadows in underpopulated streets, Thoman conjures beauty and shudders in equal measure.
To be sure, there was no place near Germany that was uninhabited or even underpopulated.
But other underpopulated frontier countries have, despite their apparent self-interest, successfully resisted immigration from different societies before.
Third, the system to determine seats by states will give greater representation to rural, underpopulated areas, which is where Chávismo — the movement named after the late Hugo Chávez and behind Maduro — is stronger.
The touch of underpopulated unreality has an unexpected emotional pull.
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