noncomparable

noncomparable

(ˌnɒnˈkɒmpərəbəl; ˌnɒnkəmˈpærəbəl)
adj
not comparable
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Opponents believe full reclassification would result in noncomparable financial statements by including the loss on disposal--a loss that ultimately is not incurred--in income from continuing operations in one year and then reversing it in the next year.
Use of different account principles as well as different demographics, technologies and financial leverage may result in noncomparable ratio analysis.
Comparable owned and leased hotels revenue is calculated by removing noncomparable hotels revenue from owned and leased hotels revenue as reported in our condensed consolidated statements of income.
Noncomparable imports consist of goods purchased by U.
Using California hospital discharge data to avoid the problems of noncomparable claims data, Luft's evidence suggests that HMO patients experienced identical or better outcomes on average than did FFS Medicare recipients.
Backing out noncomparable items, however, Kmart's adjusted loss tumbled to $846 million from $1.
BOISE, Idaho -- Buoyed by improved gross margins, the effects of various noncomparable items and a lower tax rate, Albertsons Inc.
noncomparable disclosures and insufficient quantitative information) are at the root of our concerns with FRR No.
Noncomparable items in the earnings report include unit closings and asset impairments.
In court, the taxpayer demonstrated that the assessment resulted from basing inferences on a wide variety of commercial uses that included noncomparable highest and best uses, the values of which resulted from interactions of demand different from anchor site users and for which the supply forces were also different.
Ordinal-scale measures of household welfare change are noncomparable across households and violate the conditions for interhousehold aggregation.