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There are similarities in the very constitutions of the two governmental organizations, small and large.
The differences between the two machines, and their similarities as well, may be explained by a general brief statement.
He is so eager to descry differences, that he overlooks similarities—nay, identities.
He believed that things could be kept together by accenting the similarities, not the differences of men.
THE LONGEST JOURNEYE. M. FORSTER
Does it bear any similarities to Oswald's handwriting at any point?
WARREN COMMISSION (7 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VII (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
No subsequent period shows us similarities to the majority of the scarabs of any one king.
SCARABSISAAC MYER
It is no wonder that such striking similarities should have forcibly struck the imaginations of men in every land.
As soon as the Egyptian began to think he perceived the most obvious of the similarities between the sun's career and that of man.
They read Greek mythology side by side with Judean mythology and noted similarities.
Emerson showed certain similarities with Carlyle, of whom he was a friend and correspondent.

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