Mismatch sentence example

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  • Diseased lungs may have marked mismatch between ventilation and perfusion.
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  • Looking at the horizon confirms movement and resolves the sensory mismatch.
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  • We also question the applicability of the maturity mismatch formula to firms electing to use maturity adjustments.
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  • Axial internal stresses due to thermal expansion mismatch and cure shrinkage were taken into account, but radial stresses were ignored.
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  • As a result, the manufacturer has a mismatch of various ensemble pieces and can no longer supply complete ongoing ensembles.
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  • But Dr. Lucas criticized the timing of the report and said a fundamental mismatch between regional transport and economic policy rendered the strategy incoherent.
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  • They will only be effective for certain soil types, where a sufficient impedance mismatch with concrete for the wall can be achieved.
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  • The main problems which affect growth of GaN on Si are those of thermal expansion mismatch, and of lattice mismatch.
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  • There is also something of a mismatch between the way programmers see a cave survey, and the way cave surveyors see it.
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  • We also question the applicability of the maturity mismatch formula to firms electing to use maturity mismatch formula to firms electing to use maturity adjustments.
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  • Read Stress caused by thermal mismatch, to see the benefits of using compliant joints where possible.
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  • However, in the case of a gross mismatch i think that the coaches would not conceed the contest beforehand.
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  • Please note that there may be in some cases a slight mismatch between the end of UEA semesters and the host university's semesters.
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  • There is an apparent mismatch of students ' initial expectations in studying for a Business Management degree and the longer term benefits.
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  • The size at which this happens is strongly dependent upon the cooling rate and lattice mismatch of the alloy.
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  • These trends are resulting in a severe mismatch of households to house types across large Council estates, particularly in Sunderland North.
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  • This mismatch will, in effect, produce prismatic distortion in opposite directions for the two eyes.
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  • The dilemma is perhaps akin to the maturity mismatch faced by economies laboring under 'original sin ' .
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  • In the romance department, Virgo's libido is slightly less dynamic that that of Gemini, and this can lead to another mismatch of energies.
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