Mismatched


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Mismatched

A bad fit at a joint, poor grain; or imperfect color matching of veneers.

mismatched

1. Said of adjacent boards or veneers in which there is an absence of symmetry.
2. Said of a poorly fitting joint.
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Similarly, more than one-fourth of the graduates are mismatched in skill either in terms of being over-skilled or in terms of being under-skilled.
Building on the distortions of fractional reserve banking, additional long-term funds are offered even though time preference rates have not decreased, an incident that makes people stop rolling over, leading to a break-down of the mismatched structure.
Combining this strategy with substantially mismatched portfolios of assets and liabilities can imperil an institution's future viability.
When this happens, the worker is said to be mismatched in qualification.
These patients, each of whom did not have a matched donor available, were treated in a phase I/II dose escalating study with ATIR(TM) in a mismatched transplantation setting.
transplant centers were reluctant to try mismatched hearts.
One new comedy was added to the Friday lineup - ``Twins,'' from ``Will & Grace'' creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, starring mismatched sisters Sara Gilbert and Molly Stanton, who work at the lingerie company run by their parents (Griffith and Mark Linn-Baker).
Louis in Paris and her colleagues compared the outcomes for 98 leukemia patients who received cord-blood transplants from donors who were unrelated and nearly all mismatched and for 584 similar patients who received marrow transplants from unrelated-but-matching donors.
The second method is the workers' self-assessment (WSA) method (subjective approach), where workers are asked directly for information on the minimum qualification (educational) requirements for their current job or whether they are mismatched or not [Sicherman (1991); Alba (1993)].
Identified a total of 81 mismatch possibilities from 81 unique possible scenarios that could result in mismatched items -- Identified the entire file of 15,000 image and metadata mismatched items, tested in multiple scenarios, as suspect -- Found miscellaneous mismatches that typically occur from data key errors, including transpositions, missing digits and extra digits -- Distinguished the difference between similar numbers (for example, 1 and 7, 3 and 8, and 5 and 6) -- Consistently scored files and identified potential suspects; the same results were achieved every time Viewpointe Image Integrity processed each set of items
Director Damien O'Donnell (he's Irish, and made the better British culture-clash romance ``East Is East'') works the mismatched friendship gags with sitcom-ish efficiency and promotes the idea of freedom as fervently as George W.
When only mismatched marrow is available, the recipient's immune system must be temporarily knocked out so it won't attack the transplanted cells.