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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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For the Michaelis--Menten parameters, initial rate vs concentration data was fit by nonlinear regression (21) to the single-substrate Michaelis--Menten equation (22) to obtain [K.sub.m] and [k.sub.cat] values for each matched and mismatched template.
"I adore Meghan's mismatched styling," Lisette Polny, founder of Zofia Day said about Markle's earrings.
Examples of a snowshoe hare that is a) completely matched, and b) completely mismatched. Photos by Yasmine Majchrzak and Eliot Linton.
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.
Although the immunogenicity of HLA molecules is dependent on the mismatched amino acid residues between the donor and the recipient and on the number and physiochemical properties of these amino acid mismatches that are accessible on the molecular surface of HLA, only the antigenicity of HLA molecules are reported, not the immunogenicity or the humoral response to a specific allo-HLA.
During diagnostic mammograms, the radiation dose was again significantly higher among mismatched patients with large breasts, compared with the correctly matched large-and small-breast groups (8.2 mGy vs.
By eliminating or reducing the amount of maturity roll over, the maturity mismatched bank can suffer severe liquidity problems, resulting in a falling stock price and benefits reaped by the speculators.
Mandatory sharing will continue at the regional and national levels for zero-antigen mismatches for adult candidates whose CPRA is higher than 20%, and for any pediatric zero-antigen mismatched candidate regardless of CPRA.
of North Carolina) considers the problem of "mismatched" workers--those who find themselves in jobs that do not mesh well with their needs, preferences, and abilities.
The machine detected unusually large voltage spikes in a face-recognition brain area when participants looked at images with mismatched cues.
These findings suggested that mismatched information was entering the brainstem from both ears.