Definitions for "reconciliation"
A suspension of hostilities. An armed truce for the purpose of digging up the dead.
To get closer to God through the forgiveness of your sins.
Reconciliation is the sacrament that celebrates God’s forgiveness.
Adjusting ones checkbook balance to match a bank statement.
When you balance or reconcile your checking account. You will be using your monthly statement to determine the exact amount of money you have in your account. It is important to do this so you don't write any NSF checks (with resulting fees).
The process of correlating one set of records with another set of records and/or a physical inventory count that involves identifying, explaining, and correcting differences.
The process through which the Congress enforces a Budget Resolution, by requiring the authorizing committees to spend within the Resolution's prescribed limits.
Process Congress uses to reconcile amounts determined by tax, spending, credit, and debt legislation for a given fiscal year.
Directives to standing committees contained in congressional budget resolutions calling for certain dollar savings and a deadline for reporting legislation to achieve the savings. Omnibus reconciliation bill incorporating these changes is introduced and acted on in both Houses.
The act of reconciling, or the state of being reconciled; reconcilenment; restoration to harmony; renewal of friendship.
Reduction to congruence or consistency; removal of inconsistency; harmony.
The restoration of believers into a harmonious relationship with the Lord. Romans 5:10 & 11; Romans 11:15; Colossians 1:20
The final step in the appraisal process; the process by which an appraiser reconciles the estimates of value derived through the market data, cost, and income approaches to select a single conclusion of value.
The process by which the agent reviews and corrects any discrepancies between the report sent in and ARC's processing of that report as shown on the Agent Sales Summary. Section 12of the IAH for further details.
The process of comparing two or more sets of data to resolve discrepancies and demonstrate proof of accuracy.
Applies to the CampusTime desktop client and PDAs. After working off-line, sign in to the server database to reconcile your off-line changes with the server's version of your Agenda. Reconciliation makes the online and off-line versions of your Agenda consistent with each other.
After working off-line, sign in to the server database to reconcile the changes that you made to your Agenda while working off-line with the Entries that are in the server's version of your Agenda. Reconciliation makes the on-line and off-line versions of your Agenda consistent with each other.
Though not a formalized term, it describes steps taken to heal or improve relationships that have been damaged by a conflict.
The end goal of nonviolence. Bringing together of adversaries in a spirit of community after a conflict has been resolved. (See six steps of nonviolence below)
Resuming the martial relationship.
Keywords:  atonement
The process of synchronizing a file system to which you have added space management with the ADSM server you contact for space management services and building a new migration candidates list for the file system. HSM performs reconciliation automatically at intervals specified with the RECONCILEINTERVAL option in your client system options file. A root user can also start reconciliation manually at any time.
Keywords:  imo, maria, metered, clearing, grid
Under the terms of MARIA, each retailer aggregates customer metering data (adjusted for local losses). The aggregated data is then passed on to the National Reconcilitation Manager, and is reconciled with metering information from Generators and the Grid Operator. Reconciled quantities are then passed on to the Clearing Manager to calculate the amounts owed and to whom.
With reference to the settlement process, the step in which the settling entity, such as the IMO or a Municipal Electric Utility, determines through reference to metered data the actual vs. scheduled levels of electricity generated or consumed. Reconciliation also includes the calculation of market clearing prices and the subsequent determination of all moneys owing in the IMO-administered markets.
A term which means being brought back. "And you, who once were alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works, yet now He has reconciled" (Col. 1:21).
Keywords:  animosity, relieve, feelings
to relieve feelings of animosity
To settle an event financially by completing and comparing reports of ticket sales and income at the end of the day to make sure that ticket sales correctly match income.
In connection with securities trading, the matching of two stock exchange orders that are eligible for execution.
The process of matching and adjusting accounting records for a specific item to bring them into full agreement and to assure that they accurately reflect the quantity, description, etc., of the item.
When parties to a domestic relations actions are attempting to work out his/her differences and remain as a family unit.
When parties to a domestic relations action are attempting to work out their differences and remain as a family unit.
The renewal of relations between married people after a separation. A reconciliation after a judicial separation acts to void the judgment of separation.
married people getting back together.
overcoming differences and meeting as equals
The act of balancing debits, credits, and totals between two systems.
A calculation that shows how one balance or figure is derived systematically from another.
An exchange of messages between two institutions (Acquirer, Issuer or their agents) to reach agreement on their financial totals.