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match

(Contest), noun bout, championship, fight, final game, game, games, joust, matching, meet, playoff game, test, tournament, tourney

match

(Duplicate), noun clone, companion, copy, equal, exact copy, exact duplicate, exact likeness, facsimile, likeness, mate, mirror, mirror copy, model, perfect likeness, reflection, replica, resemblance, semblance, the image, twin

match

(Marriage), noun alliance, arranged marriage, bed, bond, bridal bed, bridebed, cohabitation, commonnaw marriage, conjugal bliss, conjugal bond, conjugality, coverture, getting hitched, holy matrimony, holy wedlock, homosexual marriage, ill-assorted marriage, interfaith marriage, intermarriage, interracial marriage, lesbian, living as man and wife, marriage bed, marriage sacrament, married state or status, married status, matching, match-up, matrimonial union, matrimony, miscegenation, mixed marriage, nuptial bond, one flesh, remarriage, sacrament of matrimony or marriage, splicing, tying the knot, union, wedded bliss, wedded state, wedding knot, wedlock, wifehood
See also: alter ego, coincide, compare, competition, comport, conform, connect, connection, contest, correlate, correspond, counterpart, countervail, duplicate, equipoise, identity, join, matrimony, measure, parallel, peer, recriminate, relate, relation, resemblance, retaliate, same, strife
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To improve the processing efficiency, matchable break points were searched within a larger region (e.
Example: Regarding the problem of consumers saving too little for retirement, consumers should consider contributing at least up to the maximum employer matchable amount in the company 401(k), says the report, Public Misperceptions About Retirement Security: Closing the Gaps (2007).
Jurisdictions often place limits on the size of a matchable contribution (for example, only contributions up to $250 are matched), the source of matchable contributions (only contributions from residents of the local jurisdiction are matched), or the total amount of public funds a candidate may receive (candidates may only receive up to 50 percent of the spending limit in public funds).
Thereby it can be made matchable with other records.
They were difficult and time consuming to make--the insects had to be picked off the roots of pulled-up plants--and their finished hues were never exactly matchable from batch to batch.
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As of 2002, 22 states include post-secondary education as a matchable use of their IDAs (Edwards & Gunn, 2002).
1] (t) is the set of all matchable terms among those terms for which the algorithm has given a similarity measure higher then t.
Withdrawals may be matched or unmatched, depending on whether they are used to purchase matchable assets.
We are also looking at joint content development opportunities, including creating a database of learning objects--discrete chunks of reusable, mixable and matchable content that course developers can deploy individually for just-in-time learning or assemble into new courses.
This assumes that 'resonant' does not mean matchable across perceptual modalities'.
7 percent, had no credit scores (the "no hit group") because these policies did not have sufficient or matchable information or credit history to create a credit score, and 153,149 had credit scores matched.