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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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The interview results on how skill mismatches occurred in businesses they managed are presented in the following table:
All 3' mismatches (position 0) were studied with use of 36 mismatched templates derived from all matched template sequences (Fig.
Nevertheless, none of these studies has related the production of gesture-speech mismatches to planning through the resolution of this TOH problem.
From these info we know that all four fighters are rated in the top 15, meaning these boxers know how to box, which is surprising (and unfortunate for the promoter) that both Indons fell in the 1st rounds which in hindsight was easy to comment that they were mismatches. The question that must be in our minds is how WBO rates the boxers and how it gave sanction to these championship fights.
Velden (2001) Educational Mismatches versus Skill Mismatches: Effects on Wage, Job Satisfaction, and On-the-Job Search.
TEI commends the OECD for its approach of targeting only the tax effects of the use of hybrid mismatches rather than recharacterising the instruments or entities underlying the mismatch.
One of these, mismatches and overly-aggressive tax planning on either side of the borders involved, is the subject of these proceedings from the Amsterdam Center for Tax Law at their conference of 2013.
Due to the biological diversity, there are usually some parameter mismatches between the coupled oscillators in biological systems.
The research firm said that banks were relying more on short term deposits for giving long term loans, creating huge asset liability mismatches for many banks.
MutS is a DNA mismatch repair protein, which recognizes a variety of DNA mismatches such as base-base mismatches and base insertion loops [5, 6].
The percentage of mismatches varied from 10% of screening patients with large breasts, defined as a "C" cup or larger, to 27% of screening patients with small breasts imaged with a large detector.