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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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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.
Velden (2001) Educational Mismatches versus Skill Mismatches: Effects on Wage, Job Satisfaction, and On-the-Job Search.
A final administrative issue, which would apply under either the top-down or bottom-up approach, is that modifying the tax effects of hybrid mismatches raises complications for financial reporting purposes.
In addition, we designed 20 reverse primers harboring 1-4 mismatches for each of the primer sets.
Smith said: "Yes, it does look unbalanced but it's the only sensible format if we want to avoid the mismatches we often see in other sports' World Cups.
The highest incidence of job mismatches amongst school leavers is in Italy (47%) followed by Greece (40%).
It is shown that profit-maximising banks can engage in maturity mismatches even without bailouts, encouraging banks to pay insufficient attention to the maturity composition of their balance sheets (a simplified version of the framework is presented in the Appendix).
The mismatches could present a problem for taxpayers seeking to claim a personal exemption or the earned income tax credit.
How does return loss or, more accurately, impedance mismatches impact the transmission of digital signals and thus affect any high-speed local area network?
Going at him with penetrating pressure, overloading, and mismatches
Losses and mismatches between the directional couplers and DUT produce errors that affect the error-corrected system performance.
In this section we offer a typology of possible explanations for these mismatches, noting for each the source of the mismatch (i.