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Fibroid vs Polyp   Fibroids and polyps are both common gynecological conditions encountered in clinical practice. Even though there are different types of fibroids and polyps, endometrial polyps and uterine fibroids are the two entities that usually cause confusion. Both conditions have somewhat similar presentations... 
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Formaldehyde vs Paraformaldehyde   Formaldehyde is a basic organic chemical compound that can be made into different formulations. Paraformaldehyde is one such type, where it relies on the basic building blocks of formaldehyde but is different in structure. These varied formaldehyde formulations are commercially... 
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Wax vs Oil   Wax, oil, fats etc. are lipids that are molecules made up of hydrocarbons. These molecules are not water soluble and play a very important role in the structure and functioning of cells of living beings. Both wax and oil are sticky products. However, despite both being viscous and water insoluble... 
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Coffin vs Casket   A coffin or a casket is an integral part of a funeral and is used for keeping the mortal remains of a dead man. However, in many English speaking countries other than US, a casket is taken to be a box used for other purposes and quite different from a coffin. Also, while it was primarily... 
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Monogastric vs Ruminant   Mammals, being the most developed organisms, possess highly sophisticated digestive systems to feed on a variety of food types available in the world. Monogastric and ruminants are the two main types of mammals based on their types of digestive systems. Most of the mammals fall in the... 
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Epoxy vs Resin   Even if you do not know what epoxies or resins are, these are products that you may have been using in your life for different purposes. If you have used a glue for your arts and crafts classes as a kid or pasted mica over a table or chair using a product, you have made use of epoxies and... 
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Laminated vs Toughened Glass   Glass is one material that is used on a very large scale in our lives. In addition to making use of glass in the form of lenses in eyewear, glass is mostly used in the form of windows of buildings and automobiles and as glasses to hold liquids. Glass is transparent and brittle... 
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Hip vs Waist   Hips and waist are two different parts of the human body that have great relevance to all those who are conscious about their body shape and weight. Waist and hip are connected as they are adjacent to each other and the difference between hips and waist has assumed great significance not only... 
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Marriage License vs Marriage Certificate   Marriage is a beautiful event in the life of an individual. This social ceremony ties two people together in more ways than one for a long, long time to come. Marriage, like birth and death, is recognized by the governments through a document called marriage certificate.... 
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Variable vs Constant   Variable and constant are two commonly used mathematical concepts. Simply put, a variable is a value that is changing or that have the ability to change. A constant is a value which remains unchanged. Even though the concepts are fundamental in many aspects of mathematics, in elementary levels,... 
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Escort Cards vs Place Cards   Escort cards and place cards are wedding stationery items that are used to indicate seating arrangements in a wedding ceremony. While both cards help guests to get to the seats they are intended to sit during the event or ceremony, there is a difference between escort cards and... 
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Escalator vs Elevator   Escalators are the moving stairs that are omnipresent these days whether we are at railway stations, airports, or even shopping malls. So visible are these escalators that help us move from one level or floor to another that most of us are tempted to make use of these moving stairs... 
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Open Ended vs Closed Ended Mutual Funds   A mutual fund is a pool of investor’s cash that is put together and managed by a mutual fund manager who is responsible to invest the funds in high yielding securities. Mutual funds typically invest in securities such as stocks and bonds and take care to ensure that the... 
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Deism vs Theism   Man has always been interested in knowing the secrets of nature. He has always sought to justify the existence of a superpower that controls the world, and this belief has given to birth of many different religions. There are also many beliefs regarding the existence of a super natural power... 
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Yellow vs White Pages   Remember the times, especially before the arrival of internet, when a telephone directory used to be of great help to locate people and businesses inside a city? Even today, a telephone directory consists of both white as well as yellow pages that help people to get the names, telephone... 
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Death Rate vs Mortality Rate   If you are a human being, you are a mortal. This means you will die one day, or in other words, are a mere mortal. Mortality is being susceptible to death, and thus, mortality rate is the rate that refers to number of deaths per 1000 persons in a population, in a given unit of time... 
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