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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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The informants of this research provided the fact that skill mismatches were overcome by the practice of learning organizations and the cause of mismatch skills was a lack of supply of hospitality in the hospitality sector.
The matched "template 1" had an extension rate of 205 [+ or -] 11 nt/s/poly, while rates for mismatches decreased as each mismatch type approached the 3' end (Fig.
As mentioned above, Garber (1997) and Garber and Goldin-Meadow (2002) used the TOH to analyze the gesture-speech mismatches produced by children and adults during the explanation of the solution of the TOH puzzle after they had done it.
Villa (2005) Mismatches in the Spanish Labour Market: Education vs.
To my knowledge, the self component of HLA mismatches has not been investigated before, yet it may be a factor influencing the immunogenicity of allo-HLA.
(6) The top-down approach would apply to all hybrid mismatches, and then provide certain exceptions (e.g., for widely-held and/or publicly traded instruments), and also exceptions to the exceptions (e.g., excepted transactions entered into by related parties).
In Section 2, we give some sufficient conditions for quasisynchronization in quorum sensing systems with parameter mismatches. The bound of the synchronization errors is also estimated.
Despite the sizeable number of mismatches in the study, not all women will be faced with this problem when they arrive for their mammogram, Dr.
The Council for Selection of Judges can not work properly until law mismatches are resolved, Council Chairman Shamara Maichiev told reporters on Thursday.
Patients with 1- or 2-HLA-DRB1 mismatches had 1.7 times greater odds of rejection than patients with no HLA-DRB1 mismatches.
The greater the mismatches, the higher level of capital (i.e., assets minus liabilities) banks will have to maintain--to keep problems of illiquidity from becoming problems of insolvency.
There is a persistent concern over mismatches between the degrees awarded by universities and the needs of the job market.