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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All 3' mismatches (position 0) were studied with use of 36 mismatched templates derived from all matched template sequences (Fig.
Trends come and go - however, I feel like [the mismatched earring look] will be a new classic staple for the modern woman"
For example, if hares are exposed to higher predation risk when mismatched, individuals could reduce foraging (Lima and Bednekoff, 1999) and increase vigilance (Brown, 1999) to cope with increased risk, further affecting feeding rates and body condition of the individual.
"Most people love mismatched earrings but some people who are a bit more conservative and classic in terms of fashion find them too daring!"
The estimates show that an improvement in the field of study, and job mismatch reduce the turnover intention, as the moderate and complete matched graduates have less likely to turnover intention by 0.83 to 0.89 times, as compared to those who are in mismatched jobs.
Another limitation relies on the complexity of HLA-DQ heterodimers, where both DQA1 and DQB1 chains are polymorphic and can be mismatched; thus both can contribute to the antigenicity of HLA-DQ antigens.
Wilson et al., "hMSH2-hMSH6 forms a hydrolysis-independent sliding clamp on mismatched DNA," Molecular Cell, vol.
This was due to significantly more views obtained in mismatched patients with large breasts, compared with both the large-breast patients imaged on a large detector and small-breast patients imaged on a small detector (mean 5.9 views vs.
For instance, more sound competitors or speculators might lend to the maturity mismatched banks on a short-term basis.
In a separate action regarding the sharing of organs, the board approved a proposal to increase efficiency in kidney matching by focusing mandatory regional and national sharing of zero-antigen mismatched kidneys for adult candidates who are hard to match because of their highly sensitized immune response.
Currently the safe harbor rule is not in effect, and employers should not fire employees with mismatched Social Security numbers.
Connor--now 11 months old and thriving--is one of the several dozen babies around the world to have received mismatched hearts, part of a slowly growing movement to increase these tiniest patients' survival by taking advantage of a lag in their immune systems.