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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmismatchmis‧match /ˈmɪsmætʃ/ noun [countable]  SUITABLE#a combination of things or people that do not work well together or are not suitable for each othermismatch between the mismatch between the demand for health care and the supplymismatched /ˌmɪsˈmætʃt◂/ adjective a mismatched couple
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mismatchOn paper, it was a mismatch.A mismatch between worker and work station can lead to repetitive strain injuries.Drafting Rickey Dudley was a big help, because Dudley can create mismatches by going deep against a linebacker.Let me take one example of mismatch between individual goals and organizational objectives.The rest of this section will illustrate various types of mismatch of vocabulary.That mismatch seems worse than it was ten years ago.Reward systems often exaggerate the mismatch by offering the wrong rewards to the wrong people.Yet, in the justice game, the mismatch between the opponents is usually that ridiculous.The mismatch of intent and actuality is just how life works.
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