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  • n. Plural form of mismatch.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mismatch.


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  • Such scores are occasionally seen in mismatches early in the pool rounds. - Egypt's new Olympic champion a real throwback

  • Dirk Nowitzki - Slow afoot; often in mismatches, but not strong enough to guard big people in the post or quick enough to guard smaller defenders on the perimeter. - Little defense is offered for early Mavs exits

  • This inevitably led to larger short-term mismatches and greater liquidity risk.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Systemic risks are likely to be associated with large "overvaluations" (as in housing) or large borrowing flows (current account deficits, term mismatches).


  • Many returns are picked because of "mismatches" -- which means that something a taxpayer reported doesn't match what was reported separately to the IRS by employers, banks or other financial institutions.

    High Earners Face

  • Areas of the state with the biggest "mismatches" - the difference between the number of households at a certain income level and the number of housing units they can afford - were El Paso County and the Denver area.

    Jacksonville Business News - Local Jacksonville News | Jacksonville Business Journal

  • The airlines would upload passenger lists to the Transportation Security Administration, which would then compare the lists themselves, The TSA says that since it will be more efficient at preventing name mismatches than airlines because the checking will all be centralized. hearing before a House Homeland Security subcommittee on Tuesday, where lawmakers again peppered officials from the TSA and the Terrorist Screening Center with questions about why the watch lists keep snagging innocent Americans.


  • The two-time champions opened their title defense with another dud, Lamar Odom and Gasol taking advantage of their so-called mismatches with a combined seven rebounds.

  • The mailing, which Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner is requiring no later than Aug. 15, addresses a lingering controversy from the 2008 presidential election involving so-called mismatches of voter records.

    The Columbus Dispatch Feed

  • The mismatches could be the result of typographical errors, but they also could point to fraudulent registrations, the Republicans contend.



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