inconsistency


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the relation between propositions that cannot both be true at the same time

the quality of being inconsistent and lacking a harmonious uniformity among things or parts

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According to the ballot box reports by Oy ve Eutesi volunteers, inconsistency was detected in 766 ballot box results out of 139,725.
I haven't written or spoken about it for a long time but last weekend really highlighted the absolute inconsistency of referees in dishing out black and yellow cards.
Participation Conditions : Offer will include: -declaratie the inconsistency with the provisions of art.
While the move is expected to please banks, it also indicates the inconsistency of rules on a global scale.
EDINBURGH MONARCHS co-promoter John Campbell admits he's baffled by the inconsistency of Hungarian speedway ace Jozsef Tabaka.
No sign of the imminent attack around Wearside and the Premier League from the inconsistency dagger which has stained previous seasons so much.
ENGLAND women's captain Charlotte Edwards blamed inconsistency for her side's downfall as they saw their World Cup defence come to a disappointing end despite a 15-run win over New Zealand in Mumbai.
Summary: Obama criticises Romney over his inconsistency on serious issues.
The study found inconsistency with physician orders in 63% of cases.
During the talks we have had with the Professional Jockeys Association it has been accepted that with the application of discretion comes the potential for allegations of inconsistency," he said.
VILLA'S inconsistency from season to season is why they've never been able to achieve their full potential, according to former striker Juan Pablo Angel.
Each inconsistency was categorized by the team to determine which inconsistencies were due to tribal knowledge.
Hopley said: "We are extremely concerned at the inconsistency concerning the recent punishments handed out to players who have unknowingly taken these contaminated substances containing the stimulant methylhexaneamine.
Johnson is thought to have meant to say "Championship" inconsistency - the division below the Premier League in England.
The unexplained between-study inconsistency and imprecision of the pooled estimates mitigate this suggestion.