discrepancy


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Synonyms for discrepancy

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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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While the current study does not speak directly to this this debate, we focus on the related construct of "sexual desire discrepancy," the difference between two partners' sexual desire levels.
3% of all WSI cases; 44% of the major discrepancies), whereas the original microscope slide interpretation was better than the WSI review in 5 cases (56% of the major discrepancies), for an adjusted major discrepancy rate for WSI review of 1.
Factor concentrate containing von Willebrand disease, moderate, haemophilia A, suitable for the treatment of immune tolerance induction (ATC code B02BD06) 4,000,000 (-) 25% discrepancy
Lisitsa and a colleague recently designed a computer algorithm that required hundreds of megabytes' worth of text just to prove that a line of 1,161 Is and-Is always yields a discrepancy of at least three in one of the subsequences.
In comparison to the studies that have assessed the prevalence of discrepancy production, less work has been done on identifying antecedents of this phenomenon.
in order for him to decrease the discrepancy between the appraisal and the standard (and thus decrease the feelings of distress), he must change the identity standard.
In addition, the criteria for support states that the child ought to demonstrate a discrepancy between their standardised WISC-IQ Full-scale score (in some circumstances their Verbal Scale IQ score) and a standardised composite score gained from all three literacy sub-tests of the WORD.
The ability-achievement discrepancy formulas differ from each other in terms of the magnitude of the discrepancy (e.
This is a social standard that, for many people with disabilities, simply cannot be met--a discrepancy that cannot be reduced--and, if that is the case, then what happens?
The study design prohibits commentary on what might have caused this discrepancy.
Donna assisted DISAM professor Bob Hanseman in teaching the logistics seminar by providing detailed information on requisition preparation, reading supply and using status, updating the Military Assistance Program Address Directory, and filling out the supply discrepancy report.
If a sizable pretest difference occurred and the teacher was concerned about the discrepancy, then improvement strategies were to be planned.
There are multiple alignment problems that can contribute to this including rotation of your femur, genu valgus or knock-knees, leg length discrepancy (either functional, when running on the same side of a cambered surface, or actual), excessive curvature of your back (lordosis), hip flexor tightness, hamstrings tightness, weak quadriceps, imbalance between hamstrings and quadriceps, or other biomechanical problems.
Notification letters are being prepared for those businesses that may have a discrepancy.
After 3 days, 20 patients were told about the discrepancy between the data from the activity monitor and their subjective estimates of sleep time and were taught to read the Actiwatch themselves.