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discrepancy

A difference of opinion between the original interpretation (e.g., in histopathology or radiology) and the interpretation at review, which is considered as an error if the discrepancy is confirmed by two independent reviewers.
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The AuthBridge Annual Trend Report covers the top 15 industries to gather insights around discrepancy trends in the information shared by candidates during the verification process.
Initial Pearson bivariate correlation analyses assessed the associations between actual: ought and actual: ideal discrepancy scores and positive and negative religious coping as shown in Table 1 together with means and standard deviations of discrepancy scores.
This showed a discrepancy in trade data amounting to $64.485 billion for 2018, $55.309 billion in 2017, and $51.616 billion in 2016.
"The drop in trade discrepancy data for imports indicates the upgraded capability of tax collectors to assess and collect properly tax revenues from taxpayers," he said.
In this manner, when individual finds a discrepancy between one's actual selves and the thin ideal as portrayed by media because it is very likely that the individual will not reach up to the desired media depiction of standard beauty and thinness and for the individuals these standards are unattainable without the utilizations of cosmetic surgery procedures (Stice, Spangler, and Agras, 2009).
In case of delay in resolving the discrepancy coordination between the clinician, laboratory values, ongoing treatment and transfusion medicine specialist are mandatory to decide the blood product to be selected for transfusion.
Tooth size discrepancy is often limited to a single tooth such as a peg lateral, but it may be present in more teeth as well.
Discrepancy between the continuous solution of [E.sub.eff] and any discretized solution will be present.
Specifically, inconsistent dosages and/or frequencies were the most common type of medication discrepancy (62.7%).
The goal is to line them up so that as you go down the queue, the discrepancy between the number of dogs and cats stays as small as possible.
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.
Earlier this month, CUNA brought to the attention of the bureau staff a discrepancy related to the scope of the new requirements that CUNA urged the CFPB to address during the re-proposal period.