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Synonyms for discrepancy

a difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions

an event that departs from expectations

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perceiving one's desire to be greater versus less than one's partner's) matters when examining how desire discrepancies relate to sexual satisfaction.
2 million have discrepancies related to income; 505,000 have issues with immigration data and 461,000 have conflicts related to citizenship information.
It would be considered noninferior if major discrepancies with WSI review were not more than 4% when compared with microscope slide review.
The total number of discrepancies against the number of overseas orders written is relatively low, but Chaffin said commands can do better.
The Impact of Goal-Performance Discrepancies, Self-efficacy, and Goal Orientation on Upward Goal Revision.
The pharmacists recorded and reviewed the discrepancies with a nephrologist, if indicated.
Since the helpline was set up, a further 34 discrepancies had been discovered by the end of Friday with 1,244 calls received.
The change comes after the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Medical Group Management Association, representing physicians and practice managers around the country, advised CMS to suspend the new policy until discrepancies between NPI data and the older National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) have been resolved.
According to that survey, women largely attributed that lack of awareness to too little information about compensation and the perception that compensation discrepancies must exist simply because there appear to be a comparable number of women held midlevel and junior positions.
Though the overhaul may appear more time consuming and costly, it is more effective because Marines are able to fix the problem with the engine and repair other discrepancies that may not be immediately visible, he said.
THE deputy manager of a ladies fashion shop in Northfield who had been accused of involvement in cash discrepancies over the refund of goods, has lost her compensation claim for unfair dismissal.
GLENDALE - The state agency that polices political candidates for campaign finance violations looked at the books for City Councilman Dave Weaver's successful 2005 re-election campaign, but only after he notified them about possible discrepancies, he said Wednesday.
Likewise, discrepancies between reflected appraisal and the identity standard in highly salient identities cause greater distress than discrepancies in identities that are less salient (as Burke [1991] also hypothesizes).
In these simulations, the possible very small angular and magnetic discrepancies between twin samples were also considered.
Discrepancies between the installation of green features like electric car chargers, solar panels and wind-power generators and their practical use depending on the environment are not accounted for in the LEED point system, says Stein.