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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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Similarly, discrepancies have also been reported in the annual statements of Aftab Shaban Merani, Khalid Lund, Noor Muhammad Shah Jilani, Sikandar Ali Raho Patto, Abdul Shakoor Shah, Shaista Pervez, Nusrat Wahid and Shahnaz Baloch.
In addition, discrepancies have also been reported in the accounts of Malik Ahsanullah Tawana, Qaiser Ahmed Shaikh, Rao Mohammad Ajmal, Mohammad Munir Watto, Syed Fakhar Imam, Ahmed Hussain, Mian Shafiq, Syed Mustafa Mehmood and Murtaza Mehmood.
On Thursday, the PPCRV said that two manually encoded election returns showed discrepancies when compared with the results in the transparency server.
The goal of the present study is to explore the role of actual: ideal and actual: ought discrepancies in spiritual functioning in their association with positive and negative spiritual coping for students in an explicit Christian college setting.
Data from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Direction of Trade Statistics, as well as from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) indicated export trade data discrepancies grew to $28.889 billion last year from only $18.975 billion in 2016.
The discrepancies between actual and ideal media body image is measured by adapting the Body Discrepancy Scale (BDS) developed by Anton and colleagues that was designed to assess the discrepancy between a woman's actual and ideal body weight and size.
ABO discrepancies can be defined as difference between cell and serum grouping.
Tooth size discrepancies are considered an important variable, especially in the anterior segment.
A spokesman for the national flag carrier with reference to media reports regarding alleged discrepancies in PIA's medical section in Lahore, said that the allegations are 'baseless as a detailed audit was done in June 2016 in which no discrepancies were found'.
Citizens Bank told customers its deposits were subject to verification but only looked into discrepancies greater than $50 between January 2008 and September 2012; between September 2012 and November 2013, it only looked into discrepancies above $25, according to the CFPB.
We sought to evaluate medication discrepancies identified through AmbMR in non-dialysis-dependent patients with advanced CKD by determining the rates and types of discrepancies and by categorizing identified medication-related discrepancies by their potential index for patient harm, as defined by the Cornish Classification System (Cornish et al., 2005).