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the property of being an amount by which something is less than expected or required

a deficiency or failure in neurological or mental functioning

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(sports) the score by which a team or individual is losing

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an excess of liabilities over assets (usually over a certain period)

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This finding could represent a knowledge deficit on when pain reassessments need to occur.
Even college graduates are not immune from this civic knowledge deficit.
To Address a Global Health Legitimacy and Knowledge Deficit, Elevate Inclusive Deliberation
Similar to findings of our study, common causes of errors are reported as performance deficit, knowledge deficit and communication deficit.
When 80 percent of retirement-age Americans get an CyF' on a basic retirement income quiz, it's clear there is a real knowledge deficit around retirement income planning," noted David A.
A knowledge deficit often exists between what an engineer does and what the finance department knows.
Since parents are the responsible caregiver, any diabetes knowledge deficits would likely result in an adolescent or young adult knowledge deficit.
How to formulate a thesis about that knowledge deficit
Could one catalyst for this knowledge deficit be that aviation universities and flight academies, including the FAA academy, have failed to achieve the highest forms of learning--application and correlation--due to the absence of mentors, flight instructors, and facilitators with operational experience moving an aircraft from point A to point B?
There was a distinct knowledge deficit with regard to the advanced knowledge items, which required substantiation or explanation of a response to the preceding question.
The knowledge deficit model works on the assumption that the more knowledge about biotech crops is shared with the public, the higher the likelihood for acceptance and adoption of the technologies.
Wolfmeyer, who has taught high school math, examines math education policy in the US using social network analysis, contending that the private interests of this network are connected to developments in human capital education policy to develop a talented workforce for corporate profit, debates over traditional and reform pedagogy, the assumed content knowledge deficit of teachers, and the proliferation of profit-driven education services sector (especially the testing industry).
Difficulties in initiating and establishing breast feeding (84%), knowledge deficit about breast feeding benefits (78.
Students' question types reflect their role in the interaction: 94% of students' questions were knowledge deficit.
Barriers included a knowledge deficit about patient tobacco use and cessation, which lagged behind published evidence.
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