The two payment models don't jibe.
But in banking the jibe still rings true, with a twist.
It didn’t jibe with what my view of the Police Department was.”
And by the way, Robert Venturi later recanted on his "less is a bore" jibe and wished he'd never said it.
If that doesn't jibe with your image of Playboy, consider Playboy's roots.
Violent riots consumed east Bengal in the mid-20th century and many people fled west, hence the jibe.
Despite the brilliant jibe (Sir Shortly Floorcross), Sir Hartley Shawcross never joined the Conservative party.
It does not jibe with the president’s optimistic predictions of a vaccine widely available to the public in October.
Opponents were put on the back foot – remember the stinging “enemies of promise” jibe – while pet projects were promoted.
He wrote later that he wondered how “the high colleges managed to produce so many high asses,” a typical Paracelsian jibe.
That figure doesn’t easily jibe with the upbeat story of mutually reinforcing prosperity that trade economists used to tell.
Although he didn't mention Facebook by name, it was a fairly transparent jibe at the social media network, the report stated.
The tortoise jibe is not wholly fair since it is not GSK’s fault that its Covid efforts with Sanofi of France hit delays; that can happen.
Omnivorous and osmotic, he feels his way around new production styles and tries out new flow patterns, attempting to make them jibe with the soft-edged style he excels at.
So was the jibe aimed at Margaret Thatcher's longest-lasting foreign secretary, Geoffrey Howe, that being attacked by him in the Commons was like being savaged by a dead sheep.
The related notion, that Wall Street is rooting against a Biden win because of his party’s leftward drift, also does not jibe with what many leading investors are saying and writing.
I can beat that,” I jibe my friend Lizzie as we track each other on Yuge – a free app that monitors your speed, mileage and overall performance as you whiz around the Paradiski area.
The figures jibe with complaints from lawyers and activists, who contend the department used curfew violations and dispersal orders in recent days to squelch protest rather than ensure public safety.
Administration officials said the White House Office of Legislative Affairs ultimately decided that Mr Schoonover could appear before the House panel, but could not submit his statement for the record because it did not, in the words of one official, "jibe" with what the administration is seeking to do on climate change.
Reporters back in New York, however, knew that the president’s call for an end to “sources” — meaning anonymous sources leaking damaging details of his campaign’s relationship with Russian officials — did not jibe with his onetime role as a no-fingerprints gossipmonger, trumpeting his business dealings and romantic life in late-night phone calls.
- be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
- an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect
- shift from one side of the ship to the other
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Reporters back in New York however knew that the presidents call for an end to sources — meaning anonymous sources leaking damaging details of his campaigns relationship with Russian officials — did not jibe with his onetime role as a no-fingerprints gossipmonger trumpeting his business dealings and romantic life in late-night phone calls