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the act of examining resemblances

relation based on similarities and differences

qualities that are comparable

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Table 1: Comparision of Lipid Level Among the Various Study Group.
The regime there has full support from the enemies of Bahrain and there is so much suffering that even Libya fades in comparision.
A quantitative comparision criterion QCC is used to evaluate and compare the performance of mapping approach quantitatively.
These are statistics are compiled by Pacific Appraisal Associates PLLC in Wenatchee and give a comparision of the Wenatchee Valley real estate market between 2010 and 2009.
The rest of the country is getting actual winter and ours is mild in comparision.
In comparision to 2006 the figure has increased by almost nine percent.
By comparision, a similarly sized travel trailer on the Ardell Brown lot would likely run around $15,000.
2] by means of a comparision with the Newtonian potential, but this identification is rather dubious.
An interesting aspect of the automatic assembly element of the package is that it allows comparision of costs between automatic and manual assembly, which can be an important consideration for those considering off-shoring of production operations.
In terms of frenetic pacing, pyrotechnical destruction, and sheer body count, there is in fact no comparision between, say, a Die Hard movie and John Ford's Stage coach," he writes.
Having not had the benefit of the 136bhp for comparision all I can say is that the 120bhp engine felt more than capable of hauling the Mazda along.
The comparision between the Meinongian and medieval approaches helps to bring out the merits and potential pitfalls of each.
Another important aspect for bilingual education was given by Cummins (1997) such as the global market economy: The reality is that any student who graduates from grade 12 with access to only one language is seriously disadvantaged in the global economic market in comparision to those who have multilingual skills (in Ovando and Collier, 1998, p.
Limbaugh's illegal drug buys, over 90 pills a day at one point, make Richard Paey's pale by comparision.