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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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The discrepant results were grouped into IV types (Table 2).
Among the oral cavity cases, 8 discrepant cases were identified, and among those, misdiagnosis of verrucous carcinoma was the most common error (4 of 8; 50%) (Figure 1).
Discrepant HLA typing results were detected in 6 of 33 samples (18.2%) analyzed by two different PCR-SSO techniques and one PCR-SSP technique.
Conversely, when parents and teachers hold discrepant views about their relationship, or both view it negatively, they may be less likely to communicate and share goals for children; this disconnect may impede children's functioning.
Pardoe and his colleagues have used voxel-based morphometry to show it's feasibility in CAE and they found the results can be discrepant between unrelated centers even if they run the same
There was a strong correlation between discrepant body image and risky behavioral management strategies.
Before the onset of the global financial crisis, the bank had delivered steady growth rates in those countries but the results had become more discrepant, with some markets rising faster than others.
"To trust their criticism, accept the discrepant reasoning as another of many possible points of view and do not diminish the work of the revolutionary social and economic sciences, but all of the contrary."
This case was based on the major-general's statement, which was inconsistent and full of discrepant details.
However responsive to light, and thus seemingly fluid, its rippling surface comprises a stable yet eccentric grid of discrepant sections: The rows gradually become thinner from bottom to top.
Although the rate of psychiatric contact was higher among women who had induced abortions than among those who gave birth, those rates were similarly discrepant before the pregnancies occurred.
"These discrepant findings may have resulted from differences in the extent to which participants were disposed to focus on their own obligations or others' obligations in the conditions that were investigated," the authors wrote.

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