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Difference Between Tennis and Badminton
Tennis vs Badminton   Both badminton and tennis are racket sports and popular all over the world. They are played either individually or in teams of two. However, the similarities between badminton and tennis end there. Tennis and badminton are two completely different sports. The difference between badminton... 
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Spinning vs Casting Reels   Tools used in angling are many in number that even the most experienced anglers sometimes tend to get these tools mixed up. The reason for this is the many similarities they share with one another as well as their very similar sounding names. Spinning reels and casting reels are two... 
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Baitcast vs Spinning Reels   While angling is a popular sport of choice among many, it is an art that requires a great deal of patience and skill. Like many arts, fishing too requires the right tools for the right occasion and there is indeed a large variety of such tools to choose from of which an important part... 
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Camber vs Rocker   Rocker and camber are the terms associated with the shape of a skateboard, ski, or kayak. If you look at the shape of a ski or a snowboard form side, you find that its shape is such that it is curved, and the board does not touch the ground at the centre but at the tip and the tail with a convex... 
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Penny Board vs Skateboard   When it comes to skateboarding, the lightness of the board and its make matters almost as much as the amount of skill with which it is manoeuvred. As such, there exist many wonder about the differences between a skateboard and a penny board when it comes to this fascinating sport. What... 
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Sculling vs Rowing   Rowing is a very exciting outdoor sport that requires an individual to maneuver a boat forward by making movements of oars backwards using their hands. There is another sport called sculling that looks very similar to rowing as players in this sport too seem to be moving the boat on water... 
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Ripped vs Buff   There are many terms that are used by bodybuilders and those who are around when talking about different body builds. If you have been to a gym recently, you must have heard terms like ripped, buff, huge, skinny, lean, bulk, and so on. There are people who remain confused between ripped and... 
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Airsoft vs BB Guns   Airsoft is a popular recreational activity that allows the participants to fire plastic pellets or projectiles at each other using firearms that are replica or toy. The game originated in Japan but soon spread to all parts of the world with even military taking up Airsoft guns for training... 
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Romanian Deadlift vs Deadlift   Deadlift is one of the most popular bodybuilding exercises done with the help of weights. A barbell is lifted off the ground up to the level of stretched hands in a standing position. This weight lifting exercise is believed to be a great exercise for strengthening different muscle... 
Difference Between Tackle and Guard
Tackle vs Guard   Tackle and guard are two important positions in American Football, in both offensive as well as defensive play. Those who are into football know all about these positions and their roles and duties during a game. With unlimited substitutions allowed to teams during a game, there are the... 
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Spinning vs Cycling   People around the country have become very health conscious these days. They resort to exercising in many different forms, to keep themselves fit. Cycling is a very common and popular way to get cardio vascular workout along with strengthening of lower body muscles. Cycling can be done... 
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Skateboarding vs Longboarding   To someone who does not know about a board, Longboarding and skateboarding look like similar sporting activities with the individual pushing the same board that runs on wheels. But, despite ostensible similarities (a Longboard is of course a longer skateboard), there are differences... 
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Skeet vs Sporting Clays   Skeet and sporting clays are two of the three forms of shooting sport events that are very popular across the world. There are similarities between these two shooting games, and there are people who refer to both as golf with a shotgun. However, there are also differences that will... 
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Reps vs Sets   One complete motion of an exercise is called a rep (repetitions) while several such reps make up a set. Reps and Sets are not regular English words but rather terms that are heard more commonly in gymnasiums and among health conscious people talking about their exercise routines. These words... 
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Restricted vs Unrestricted Free Agent   Restricted and unrestricted free agents are terms that are not heard in everyday life. These terms are applied to players playing in professional sporting leaguers, in the country. These terms are really misnomers as they are not used to designate agents of players... 
Difference Between Pull Ups and Chin Ups
Pull Ups vs Chin Ups   Pull ups and chin ups are considered very effective exercises for building up of strength and muscles in the back and the biceps of an individual. Any intelligent coach will keep these two pulling exercises on top of his workout plan if he is asked to suggest exercises for development of... 
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