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Every being is so deeply rooted in others that it is never identical with itself in the final analysis—its essence comprises far more what it is not.
Indeed, on the view known as “super-substantivalism,” material objects are not distinct from spacetime but are rather identical with massy regions of spacetime.
The rest of the images in this gallery will be the old OnePlus 8 Pro, since they're nearly identical.
The Many-Worlds Interpretation has it that each time we make a measurement, reality splits into several alternative versions, identical except for the measurement outcome.
On the other side of the balance, investors preferred pitches presented by male entrepreneurs compared to those made by female entrepreneurs, even when the content was exactly identical, another Harvard study revealed.
While many popular podcast players, including Apple’s and Google’s, typically surface the popular, original shows first in their search results, the Anchor-hosted copycats appear too, in many cases with nearly identical metadata and cover art.
In contrast, parts of the visual cortex were almost identical between the brains.
Meanwhile, 58 percent of respondents in Democratic-run states said that their governor was communicating clearly, which was nearly identical to the share who said so in early June.
All systems with the same number of dimensions and the same symmetries go through identical phase transitions, regardless of whether their microscopic parts are iron atoms, water molecules or little arrows.
Use it for two nearly identical product pages in two different categories, for example, or for two products differing in one small attribute.

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