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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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There is a need to improve the Labour Force Survey (LFS) questionnaire for skill assessment and job mismatches.
To determine the effect of mismatches on qPCR amplification, we introduced specific nucleotide changes into both the template and forward primers [see RDML file 1 (for results) and Table 3 (for mismatch frequencies) in the online Data Supplement].
For cabling with no impedance mismatches (that is, with very high return loss) it is:
There is a need to improve the LFS questionnaire for skill assessment, labour market opportunities and job mismatches.
In Colorado, Kummer said, letters went out to 18% of the state's population, asking them to provide proof of insurance, due to mismatches.
2003) Job Mismatches and their Labour-Market Effects among School-Leavers in Europe.
He repeatedly took advantage of mismatches against Orlando's point-guard crew of Darrell Armstrong and Jacque Vaughn.
Some subtle tissue mismatches detectable only by DNA analysis do not appear to increase the risk of rejection in stem cell or bone marrow transplants (BMT) for leukemia, according to the results of a study published in the December 20th issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
It has long been known that mismatches between donors and patients resulted in varying degrees of post-transplant complications.
A four-play series that exploits mismatches and creates good shots
Even though most of the transplants involved one to three mismatches of HLA antigens-cell surface proteins used to identify how closely the tissues of a donor and recipient match-the team found that the stem cells successfully took hold in 23 of the 25 patients.