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- The reasons for the discrepancies may in fact be variabilities between the investigated cells, tissues or plants.
- He then informed members about the discrepancy at their annual general meeting and the matter was reported to the police.
- Surveys and conventions are to be held on this issue to sort out differences and discrepancies.
- On the other hand, there may be some minor discrepancies due to local variations.
- The discrepancy in gender ratio is due to the fact that there are half as many events for women.
- The survey into the highs and lows of brochure holiday prices confirmed huge discrepancies across the country.
- Not surprisingly, bigger discrepancies were prevalent in the social class of readers.
- Beneath discrepancies and divergences there lay a shared basis of belief.
- It apparently does away with the discrepancies between the different districts.
- It is this variation that he says created the discrepancies in this year's results.
- If that were true, a simple averaging of the two prices could eliminate the discrepancy.
- The similarities in their recollections vastly outweigh the discrepancies.
- The matter only came to light when a spectator noticed the discrepancy and it ended with the umpires taking both sides off the field.
- The company was not able to explain the reason for the discrepancy or the whereabouts of the missing 11,000 cars.
- Why the discrepancy between the official statistics and those quoted by Tim?
- What about the discrepancy between the funding of softball and other sports?
- But this reply gives a perfectly reasonable explanation for the apparent discrepancy.
- A registration check revealed a discrepancy in the car's number plate, raising suspicions.
- The result, as the discrepancy in water consumption shows, is neither equitable nor reasonable.
- This discrepancy along with other diagnostic tests indicated that he was dyslexic.