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Forster quotes Chorleys remark that Nothing could be compared with the intimacy of their mutual musical sympathy.
THE VIOLONCELLO AND ITS HISTORYWILHELM JOSEPH VON WASIELEWSKI
As compared with the advanced stands of the Scandinavian countries, the few laws of progressive states look painfully inadequate.
TABOO AND GENETICSMELVIN MOSES KNIGHT, IVA LOWTHER PETERS, AND PHYLLIS MARY BLANCHARD
It was "no Curtius leap, but mutton madness," and the hotheads are compared to the Gadarene swine.
Of many species, I compared several hundred individuals in the most careful way.
There was, with all this, a sense of pique as he compared his own position with that which Marietta had already won for herself.
GERALD FITZGERALDCHARLES JAMES LEVER
Angry persons are often compared to the tiger; and certainly they resemble furious wild beasts.
But linear measurements such as the stature cannot be compared with volumetric measurements, such as the weight.
PEDAGOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGYMARIA MONTESSORI
Oh, the dreariness of the reality when compared with those bright expectations.
WE TWOEDNA LYALL
When these concepts are compared and their agreement or disagreement noted the soul is forming judgments.
TRAINING THE TEACHERA. F. SCHAUFFLER
To take the overglaze painting; this may be compared to the canvas of the painter which is covered with pigment.