Definitions for "match"
A game, match, etc., open only to losers in early stages of contests.
A bringing together of two parties suited to one another, as for a union, a trial of skill or force, a contest, or the like
A contest to try strength or skill, or to determine superiority; a sporting contest; an emulous struggle.
Anything used for catching and retaining or communicating fire, made of some substance which takes fire readily, or remains burning some time; esp., a small strip or splint of wood or cardboard dipped at one end in a substance which can be easily ignited by friction, as a preparation of phosphorus or chlorate of potassium.
A long cord of hemp, flax or cotton saturated with saltpeter that burns slowly without a flame. Used to ignite the early matchlock firearms.
The device that catches fire when drawn across a rough surface: may be cardboard, wood, or other flammable substance. (See Match Stick).
A person or thing equal or similar to another; one able to mate or cope with another; an equal; a mate.
Suitable combination or bringing together; that which corresponds or harmonizes with something else; as, the carpet and curtains are a match.
To be a mate or match for; to be able to complete with; to rival successfully; to equal.
The compatibility between the donor and the recipient. The more appropriate the match, the greater the chance of a successful transplant.
In stem cell transplantation, the word "match" relates to how similar the HLA tissue typing is between a donor and a recipient. When a donor and a recipient's HLA A, B and DR typing is the same they are said to be an "identical match", a "6 of 6" or a "perfect match." MDS: See Myelodysplastic Syndromes
is the recipient share of the project costs. Match may either be "in-kind" or "cash." In-kind match includes the value of donated services. Cash match includes actual cash spent by the recipient and must have a cost relationship to the Federal award that is being matched. (Example: Match on administrative costs should be other administrative costs, not other matching on program costs).
A complete event as indicated in the program for the award of certain specific prizes. A match may consist of one or of several stages. It may, in the case of aggregate matches, include the scores fired in several subsidiary matches.
the score needed to win a match
The process of comparing a biometric sample against a previously stored template and scoring the level of similarity. An accept or reject decision is then based upon whether this score exceeds the given threshold.
satisfy or fulfill; "meet a need"; "this job doesn't match my dreams"
To strike a match in a dream signifies unexpected gains or an increased income. To match things up in pairs such as shoes, gloves, etc, signifies sudden increase in material wealth.
To dream of matches, denotes prosperity and change when least expected. To strike a match in the dark, unexpected news and fortune is foreboded.
To make the typing of addresses, salutations, or inserts into letters agree with other imprinted copy.
To cause the typing of addresses, salutations, or inserts into letters to agree with other copy that is already imprinted.
Match (Ben Hammil), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe. A mutant, Hammil attends the Xavier Institute.
Match is a fictional character in the DC Comics Universe. He is a clone of Superboy. Match appeared in the Superboy title, issues of Young Justice and the Sins of Youth and Joker's Last Laugh crossover events.
two offsetting transactions
be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics; "The two stories don't agree in many details"; "The handwriting checks with the signature on the check"; "The suspect's fingerprints don't match those on the gun"
a one-in-hundreds-of-thousands shot, meaning the tissue of two people are immunologically compatible
A perforated board, block of plaster, hardened sand, etc., in which a pattern is partly imbedded when a mold is made, for giving shape to the surfaces of separation between the parts of the mold.
Pattern will not match up along the edges from one piece to another.
wallcovering patterns are printed in repeats known as straight match, drop match, and random match. The "match" refers to the place where the design matches at the seams. When ordering wallcovering, be sure to take the pattern repeat and match into consideration. For instance, a large repeat with a straight match will require more wallcovering than a small repeat with a drop match. A random match has the least waste factor, because no allowances need to be made for matching the pattern.
a simple and convenient means of producing fire undercontrolled circumstances and on demand
a simple and convenient means of producing fire under controlledcircumstances and on demand
A match is a consumable tool for producing fire under controlled circumstances on demand. Matches are readily available, being sold in tobacconists and other shops. Matches are rarely sold singly; they are sold in multiples, packaged in either match boxes or in matchbooks.
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.0 ( 2000-10-06) (Of strings or names:) Two strings or names being compared must be identical. Characters with multiple possible representations in ISO/IEC 10646 (e.g. characters with both precomposed and base+diacritic forms) match only if they have the same representation in both strings. [E85]At user option, processors may normalize such characters to some canonical form. No case folding is performed. (Of strings and rules in the grammar:) A string matches a grammatical production if it belongs to the language generated by that production. (Of content and content models:) An element matches its declaration when it conforms in the fashion described in the constraint .
A string in a file that is successfully specified by a regular expression. It is also a filename, shell variable, or alias successfully specified by wildcards within the shell.
When your search string is found in the corpus, it is referred to as a match or hit.
Keywords:  query, tmf, serp, revoke, mastercard
A symbol in the code identical to a query. A match is marked by a black arrow in the match and source panes.
When consumers do not honor the terms of their credit card agreements, the issuing bank for the card may revoke the credit line. If the consumer applies for additional credit, the new creditor queries a credit reporting agency and may learn of the consumer's previous performance, including loss to a previous creditor. The merchant processing banks, also known as "acquiring" banks, do not have a similar credit-reporting agency available that can compile and report information about the way that a business handles its merchant processing responsibilities. The card associations, instead, use a file known as "MATCH." The MATCH File is a database file, previously and most commonly known as the Terminated Merchant File "TMF." It is maintained by MasterCard International and is the way by which MasterCard and Visa acquiring banks identify merchants, as well as the principals, which have been terminated for specific reasons.
a document that contains the words appearing in the query
The process for obtaining an internship. There are separate matches for allopathic and osteopathic GME programs.
Keywords:  melee, multiplayer
a multiplayer melee
meet minimal moreover mutatis mutandis
Process by which opposite orders are brought together to execute a trade. TradeSports matches orders on a price/time priority basis.Until the matching criteria is met, an order is said to be "unmatched".
Logical concept used in a routing policy or firewall filter. A match denotes the criteria used to find a route or IP packet before performing some action.
a pair of people who live together; "a married couple from Chicago"
bring two objects, ideas, or people together; "This fact is coupled to the other one"; "Matchmaker, can you match my daughter with a nice young man?"; "The student was paired with a partner for collaboration on the project"
A term for when a base in a nucleic acid strand is paired with a base in another strand that it normally pairs with. A (Adenine) normally pairs with T (Thymine) and G (Guanine) normally pairs with C (Cytosine).
Keywords:  lea, medi, cal, reimbursement, enroll
The portion of the cost of providing a LEA Medi-Cal service that is not reimbursed by the federal government. In the LEA Medi-Cal Billing Option, school districts receive only the federal portion of the reimbursement rate. When they enroll and in each subsequent annual report, LEAs certify that they will pay the match for the federal share for LEA services.
Keywords:  terrible, barbecue, grill, waste, thing
a terrible thing to waste unless its used in lighting your barbecue grill
To equate by being of the same rank (or by another criterion).
the process by which medical students are assigned to a residency. Refers to a literal match made between the programs a student has ranked highest and the students a residency program has ranked the highest, performed with complex computer programs. "Match Day" occurs on the third Thursday of March each year, when each fourth-year student's match result is delivered at 12:00 pm Eastern time across the country.
Keywords:  elusive, coaches, bike, riders, racing
an elusive term used by riders, and coaches within the bike racing world
Match is a carbonated Japanese soft drink usually sold in street vending machines. The drink is sold in standard aluminum cans with pop tops. The flavor of the drink is described as "fruity" and is quite popular among tourists.
The commitment of non-federal funds to supplement HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds for affordable housing.
State or local funds required by various federal or state programs to complement funds for a project. A match may also be required by states in funding projects which are joint state/local efforts. Some funding sources allow services, such as the work of volunteers, to be counted as an in-kind funding match. Federal programs normally require that match funds come from other than federal sources.
Funds paid by an IDA program when an individual deposits money into the account.
aligning a point in one die half with the corresponding point in the opposite die half.
In sequence alignment, the existence of the same base in a homologous position in both sequences.
Genetic profiles are said to 'match' when they have the same allele designations at every loci.
Keywords:  notebook, duplicate, exact, entry
an exact duplicate; "when a match is found an entry is made in the notebook"
provide funds complementary to; "The company matched the employees' contributions"
the amount a company contributes to the employee's 401(k) account based on the employee's matched contributions.
benefit provided by the State, where your contribution dollars to the 457 plan are matched $1 for every $2 you contribute up to a maximum amount; see chart for details
a tricky science and often requires further testing, which is what is happening now
Keywords:  fuzzy, full, see
See full or fuzzy match.
A skiing position in which the knees and feet are pinned together.
Personalized items which must go together in a mailing package. A typical match mailing refers to a personalized closed-face envelope containing a personalized letter.
A Web site which is found while conducting a keyword Web search. Also called a hit.
Sometimes called a hit, this refers to the number of records that come up for a particular search key, that “match” the key.
a positive signal detected in an experiment, meaning that the probe of the experiment has an overlap with one of the targets
Keywords:  grasp, rock, feet, hold, hands
To grasp a hold with both hands, or to place the feet side by side on the rock.
Keywords:  compact, agreement
An agreement, compact, etc.
Keywords:  believe, programme, you, see
a TV programme that you have to see to believe
an occurrence of something that is identical to what you were looking for
Keywords:  quick, black, generic, term
Is the generic term used for quick match or black match
Keywords:  satisfied, find, left, memory, rules
Comparing the left side with data values in memory to find the ways in which rules can be satisfied.
A shared database maintained by the Card Associations that lists all Sellers terminated for cause by Acquirers.
Keywords:  symbols, cash, above, see
see 1:1 cash match in “Symbols” above.
Keywords:  simple, example
a simple example
Keywords:  vertices, edges, connecting, cells, set
a set of edges connecting cells or vertices in W to numbers or vertices in D
Keywords:  resident, national, program, see
See "National Resident Matching Program."
Keywords:  feet, hold, hands, you, one
Using one hold for both hands. You can also "match feet."¨â°¦¤â§ì¦P¤@­ÓÂI¡A¸}¤]¥i¥H³o1/4Ë°µ¡C