“I must say I was a little shocked,” Karl Lagerfeld told WWD of first seeing the discrepancy.
Officials from the group said they needed more time to review the reasons behind the discrepancy.
The discrepancy between Obama and Bush mirrors a broader discrepancy between liberals and conservatives.
A good example of this discrepancy between the two figures comes from the O.M.B.
While there is no public accounting of gifts the Alperns may have given left their daughters, the discrepancy in wealth is stark.
There seems a discrepancy, but anything is better for a thoughtful youth than to be made in the Garden of Eden.
This is a discrepancy which will bear a good deal of accounting for.
There is no doubt a discrepancy, but it is not one between these two localities.
Hence there was great amazement when the discrepancy was discovered.
To obviate this discrepancy in building with uneven logs, we can fill in the chinks with clay.
mid-15c. (discrepance), from Latin discrepantia "discordance, discrepancy," from discrepantem (nominative discrepans), present participle of discrepare "sound differently, differ," from dis- "apart, off" (see dis-) + crepare "to rattle, crack." Related: Discrepancies.