The mismatched couple entered the sauna.
Everything is carefully displayed on stained-wood surfaces and mismatched tiles.
"At most companies, however, internal and external communications are often mismatched."
The Canadian wore mismatched Star Wars socks to meet Mr Varadkar’s predecessor Enda Kenny in May.
The delightful decor extends even to the restroom, which is outfitted with mismatched wall art.
A rag bag of unsuitable, mismatched, under-confident, but ultimately hard working and eager to please locals.
The mismatched furniture properly relays the women's young, single, New York lifestyle in the '90s," said Stix.
Can frontline aid workers and international courts do more to temper refugees’ mismatched expectations, asks Verena Hölzl
Confusion about this disparate data led to a patchwork of mismatched vaccine authorizations and guidelines around the world.
The clearance aisle had good deals — and ones that were cheaper than the retailer's website, but I didn't spot any mismatched labels.
When there’s a mismatched couple talking on one side of the stage, there’s a symmetrically mismatched couple on the other side.
It’s all about tea and cake at Highness Café, a homely spot in Highbury with mismatched wooden tables and a menu that’s written on a chalkboard above the counter.
The white clean lobby is mismatched with the red, gold, and metallic couch and sofas creating the contemporary atmosphere that you can’t help but have a snap before you even checked-in.
Set in a lofty warehouse-like space, the decor is industrial but stylish, featuring an eclectic collection of mismatched chairs and tables, wooden shelves lined with ceramics, and hanging shibori-dyed fabric.
Stepping over the threshold was like stepping through the looking glass into an imaginary world: A sophisticated French salon filtered through the fever dream of Alice in Wonderland, all pops of color, perfectly-mismatched pattern and vibrant art.
He added: “Without radical reform, swathes of people face a future where they have skills mismatched for jobs, risking them being in low paid, insecure work, and reliant on benefits, at a huge cost to people’s lives and the local and national economy.
Even nursing homes expressing gratitude for the supplies say they are often mismatched to their needs, while others say the amounts are paltry given how quickly nursing home employees churn through single-use protective gear as they tend to dozens of patients a day.
“Those young adults were killed by an H1 virus, and from blood analyzed many decades later there is a pretty strong indication that those individuals had been exposed to a mismatched H3 as children and were therefore not protected against H1,” Professor Worobey said.
In what is already shaping up to be a mismatched series after the three-day (and night) evisceration of the tourists at Edgbaston, the temptation may be to bring the fit-again Chris Woakes back for the second Test at Headingley starting on Friday, with one eye on the winter.
"The precise issue in this case is whether Florida's law that allows county election officials to reject vote-by-mail and provisional ballots for mismatched signatures with no standards, an illusory process to cure, and no process to challenge the rejection, passes constitutional muster.
- (of a contest or contestants) not fairly matched as opponents
- either not matched or unsuitably matched
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