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mismatch

[′mis‚mach]
(electricity)
The condition in which the impedance of a source does not match or equal the impedance of the connected load or transmission line.
(metallurgy)
Failure to match forged surfaces formed in opposite dies.
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Second, this analysis is limited only to two major cities of Pakistan that cannot reflect the issues of job mismatch for entire country.
The International Labor Organization (ILO 2014) published a definition of skill mismatch as an encompassing type of imbalance between skills needed in the world of work.
Three methods have been found to calculate education-job mismatch. First one is Job analyst (JA), which is an objective approach in nature.
The heading of excision in 5' [right arrow] 3' or 3' [right arrow] 5' directions is determined by the position of the nick qualified to the mismatch. Ternary clamps that propagate upstream from 3' [right arrow] 5' terminus come across RFC that is tacked at the 5' terminus of the strand break and in due course displace it by loading EXO1.
Inhibition was strongly associated with mismatch type, with C * C, A * A, and G * A mismatched hairpins among the most inhibitory and G * T and C * A mismatches among the least inhibitory at every position across the template sequences (Fig.
"This has created a phenological mismatch," said Santangeli.
They found that when explaining the solution to the Tower of Hanoi problem (TOH), gesture-speech mismatches indicate that the problem-solver has in mind two different strategies for accomplishing this task: the first considered consciously through speech, the second less consciously through gesture.
High fitness costs of climate change-induced camouflage mismatch. Ecology Letters 19(3):299 307.
Mismatch repair (MMR) defects are part of a system that helps cells recognize and correct mistakes during DNA replication.
Patients with dMMR or MSI-H metastatic CRC are less likely to benefit from conventional chemotherapy and typically have a poor prognosis, with lower survival rates on conventional chemotherapy than patients whose tumors are mismatch repair proficient.
On the said visit, Markle rocked mismatched earrings from different designers.
However, the lovely ladies had hopped on the one earring or mismatched band wagon since launching The Generous Light Company (TGLC) in 2015 which collaborates with different artists and designers to create products and jewels that aim to empower through knowledge, connect diverse cultures and inspire positive thought.