Discrepancy


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Discrepancy

Any deviation from the conditions stipulated in a letters of credit. Discrepancies void letter of credit protection.

Discrepancy

1. A letter of credit where the holder does not comply with the terms set forth in it. A discrepancy voids the letter of credit.

2. More generally, any deviation from an agreement or contract.
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Types of ABO Group Discrepancies and their Serological Reactions Bone Bombay Marrow Diagnosis H-Absent A2B Tx Discrepancy Group of IV II I Discrepancy Type of Extra Weak Anti A Mixed field Discrepancy antibody expression reaction Serum Unknown B B Cell O Ab Unknown Serum O cells 4+ 0 Grouping B cells 4+ 0 0 A1 cells 4+ 1+ 4+ Cell Anti-H 0 3+ 3+ Grouping Anti-B 1+ 2+ Anti-A1 0 0 0 Anti-D 0 4+ 4+ Anti-B 0 3+ MF Anti-A 0 2+ 0 Sl.
We aim to find out if there was a variation of bolton's discrepancy occurrence in patients with different malocclusions.
They concluded a pharmacist-nurse collaborative process to identify and resolve medication discrepancies during patient transitions from acute care to home health care led to a significant reduction in medication discrepancy resolution.
factor concentrate, ITI therapy (ATC code B02BD02) 6,000,000 (-) 25% discrepancy
In 1932, Erdos proposed that with enough numbers in a sequence, there is no limit to how high the discrepancy can get.
For example, some studies have found that a higher level of actual desire discrepancy is associated with lower sexual satisfaction for men (Mark, 2012), while other studies have failed to find a significant association for men (Davies et al.
9% (n=86) of discharge documents contained some discrepancy on the admission and discharge medication reconciliation form.
Therefore, if we adjust the discrepancy rate by subtracting the part for which the WSI diagnosis was better, we derive an "adjusted major discrepancy rate" of 1 (part) for this case.
Another important discrepancy is the difference between two actual selves--the degree to which individuals' perception of their own body size differs from others' perception of their size.
Discrepancy rates are determined by the differences discovered between job-applicant-provided data and data uncovered by First Advantage while conducting background checks.
In active patients with recurrent pain around the hips and no history of trauma, I find leg length discrepancy to be a common diagnosis.
Within Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory (1) (SCT; Bandura, 1986, 1991), one of the more widely accepted models of self-regulation, there are two proposed mechanisms responsible for the regulation of performance via personal goals: discrepancy production and discrepancy reduction.