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Mismatch

A situation in which the purchase of a currency has a different value date (the foreign exchange term for delivery date) than the sale of the same currency. A mismatch may create liquidity problems in foreign exchange transactions.
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I adore Meghan's mismatched styling," Lisette Polny, founder of Zofia Day said about Markle's earrings.
The talented trendsetters have created three pairs of mismatched earrings featured in their latest lines.
Similarly, more than one-fourth of the graduates are mismatched in skill, either in terms of being over-skilled or under-skilled.
Building on the distortions of fractional reserve banking, additional long-term funds are offered even though time preference rates have not decreased, an incident that makes people stop rolling over, leading to a break-down of the mismatched structure.
Combining this strategy with substantially mismatched portfolios of assets and liabilities can imperil an institution's future viability.
The results over skill mismatch have been reported in Table 3, which shows that more than one-fourth of the graduates are mismatched in skill either in terms of being over-skilled or in terms of being under-skilled.
Implant a mismatched heart in an adult, and he or she will die rapidly.
One new comedy was added to the Friday lineup - ``Twins,'' from ``Will & Grace'' creators Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, starring mismatched sisters Sara Gilbert and Molly Stanton, who work at the lingerie company run by their parents (Griffith and Mark Linn-Baker).
Louis in Paris and her colleagues compared the outcomes for 98 leukemia patients who received cord-blood transplants from donors who were unrelated and nearly all mismatched and for 584 similar patients who received marrow transplants from unrelated-but-matching donors.
The distribution of education is calculated for each occupation; employees who depart from the mean by more than some ad-hoc value (generally one) standard deviation are classified as mismatched workers [Verdugo and Verdugo (1989); Kiker, et al.
In a nutshell: Two mismatched young Irish paraplegics try to live on their own, discover heartbreak and self-worth.
When only mismatched marrow is available, the recipient's immune system must be temporarily knocked out so it won't attack the transplanted cells.