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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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You can see a matcher in counselor-to-counselor relations more than anywhere else.
The second column is filled in if the matcher has found an identical or similar XPath in the Mapping Knowledge Base which is accessed simultaneously (2b).
Lewis added: "By using our free Credit Card Matcher Tool, people can potentially avoid a negative credit card application.
People will be able use the group's Rate Matcher calculator, which will be available on its website, to find a mortgage that best suits them.
So before the Matcher system, every such procedure had to be witnessed by a second scientist.
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IT FEATURES A TOUCH SCREEN THAT ALLOWS CONSUMERS TO NAVIGATE THROUGH A SERIES OF INFORMATIVE CONTENT AREAS, INCLUDING THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BREWING, COFFEE EDUCATION AND A TASTE MATCHER THAT SHOWS CONSUMERS WHICH COFFEES BEST FIT THEIR INDIVIDUAL TASTES.
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as other signatures on the computer system's database; and 3) a matcher then compares the normalized signature with the set (or subset) of normalized signatures on the system's database and provides a "similarity score" that compares the individual's normalized signature with each signature in the database (or subset).
Records held in this system are linked to queries by Cogent's Matcher technology, which attaches scores to each print in order to find the most likely matches.
EuroDAT Services, a unit of the North American freight matcher DAT Services, also has operations in the Benelux countries, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland and Hungary.
March 4 - that'll be a Saturday night then - sees The Wiseguys supreme scratch 'n' matcher Touche returning to the fold.