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Bail vs Parole   Bail and parole are two terms that are often used in legal proceedings that are easy to get confused with one another. during legal proceedings that are easy to get confused with one another. However, knowing the difference between bail and parole will lend much needed insight into the legal system,... 
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Affidavit vs Witness Statement   Affidavits and witness statements are common legal documents used in both criminal and civil law cases. Due to the similarity of the nature of these documents, it is very common to assume that both of these words mean the same . However, knowing the true nature of these two documents... 
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Arbitration vs Conciliation   Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is a dispute resolution technique that is used to resolve disagreements and disputes between parties by coming to an agreeable settlement through discussion and negotiation. Conciliation and arbitration are two such forms of ADR used as alternatives... 
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Substantive Due Process vs Procedural Due Process   Due process of law is a phrase that has been discussed in the 5th and 14th amendments of the US constitution. These pertain to the fundamental rights granted by the constitution to the citizens of the country and are inspired by the Magna Carta of England. Due... 
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Administrator vs Executor   Executor and administrator are terms that are associated with individuals who have been asked to look after the possessions of a person who has passed away. These possessions are mainly immovable, and this is the reason why there is an executor or an administrator of an estate.... 
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Suffragists vs Suffragettes   Suffragette and suffragist are two words that are derived from the same word suffrage that means the right to vote. In the western world, particularly the UK and the US, women were denied the right to vote till the end of the 19th century that led to protests and demonstrations.... 
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Sultan vs King   Monarch is the head of the government in countries having monarchy. The title of a monarch is usually king or queen. A king inherits the kingdom from his royal parents and rules until his death or till he gives up or abdicate in favor of another individual, usually his son or daughter. Sultan... 
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Weaver vs Picatinny   Weaver and Picatinny are the names of mounting rails that are used to attach accessories to firearms like rifles and shotguns. It is mostly a telescopic sight that is connected using these mounting rails. Both the rails are very similar to each other, and many people consider them as... 
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Sedition vs Treason   Treason and sedition are terms that are similar in nature and are applied to cases wherein individuals or organizations have acted in defiance of established authorities. Sedition laws have always been in place to allow governments to take coercive action against acts of defiance that... 
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Trebuchet vs Catapult   Long before the development of modern artillery, bow and arrow were the only items of weaponry used, in addition to hand held knives and spears. Bow and arrow gave mankind the idea to develop a device such as catapult to throw weapons at the enemy. There is another device called trebuchet... 
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Tachi vs Katana   Tachi and Katana are names of two of the most popular Japanese swords. There are many similarities in these two long swords that were used in feudal Japan by fighters to defend themselves and also to defeat the enemies. The images of these two swords confuse people as they appear to be the... 
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Shura vs Democracy   Democracy is a system of governance that is made up of elected or nominated representatives of the people. Democracy is very popular around the world and is an accepted form of governance across societies and cultures. Shura is a word that means consultation and deliberation. It is an... 
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Slug vs Buckshot   Slug and buckshot are the names used for shots used inside shotgun. Because of a very large caliber, shotguns can make use of a variety of ammunition of which buckshot and slug are most commonly used. Many people remain confused between slug and buckshot. Both are used to have a huge impact... 
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Sex Offender vs Predator   Sexual offenses constitute a big proportion of all offenses, but it confuses people when they hear terms like sexual predator and sexual offender. There is a clear distinction between these two categories of sexual criminals though there are different laws in different states of... 
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Sexual Assault vs Sexual Abuse   Sexual abuse and sexual assault are activities that are undesirable and are conducted by one person against another without his or her consent. Rape is the most well-known of offenses of sexual nature, but there are many behaviors and actions that qualify as sexual assault... 
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Single Action vs Double Action   Single action and double action are terms used for the mechanisms behind the trigger of a firearm. In all firearms, trigger consists of a lever that has to be pulled using one’s index finger while taking aim at the target. These triggers initiate the action that terminates... 
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