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Already vs Yet   The words already and yet are used to talk about events that have happened before now or haven’t happened just before now. Both already and yet are very similar in meaning thereby confusing the students of English language. However, despite similarities, there are differences between these... 
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Amnesty vs Pardon   Amnesty and pardon are similar sounding words as both pertain to the acts of clemency where the executive or the supreme authority of a country chooses to excuse the offense of an individual or a group of people without exacting penalty. Someone who gets a pardon and is currently serving... 
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Alien vs Immigrant   Alien is a word that is used often in American newspapers as well as by the politicians of the country. This term has a meaning that is similar to the definition of an immigrant. In the US, these two words are quite misunderstood, and they are used interchangeably by people to refer to... 
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Alienation vs Isolation   Alienation and isolation express similar condition or feeling of being alone or loneliness. There are many similarities and quite a bit of overlap between isolation and alienation. In fact, many people tend to think of these terms as synonymous and use them interchangeably. Despite similarities,... 
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Airless vs Air Paint Sprayer   Spraying is a process of throwing paint particles over a surface to do a coating of the paint over it. It is a very quick process of painting a surface that is much more efficient than doing it with the help of a hand held brush. Though rollers can also be used for faster painting,... 
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Airlines vs Airways   Have you ever noticed why some of the air transport companies carrying passengers or freight are called airlines while some other ones prefer to be called airways? No one pays any attention to the suffix that is used by the company, and you are happy as long as the company takes you... 
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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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Land Reform vs Agrarian Reform   Reform is a word that means to improve or rectify a present situation, political or social system, or even an institution. It is mostly a government or authority initiated improvement that aims to bring changes in the lives of its people. The word is inextricably associated with... 
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Anaphase vs Telophase   Unlike the prokaryotes, eukaryotes have relatively large and more complex genome. Therefore, in order to produce new daughter cells, the presence of well-organized cell cycle is a crucial factor. The cell cycle can be divided into five phases; 1. G1 phase, which is the longest and... 
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Agronomy vs Horticulture   Agriculture, farming, horticulture, agronomy, etc. are some of the words that are used to describe the process involved in preparing the land for raising and cultivating plants and crops. Of these, the two terms that are most confusing for laymen are agronomy and horticulture though many... 
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Telophase vs Cytokinesis   All the cells arise from an existing cell through the process called cell division. Cell division takes place according to the sequence of events known as cell division cycle or cell cycle. Duration of cell cycle may vary from 2 to 3 hours in a single- celled organism to around... 
Difference Between Pelvis and Hip
Pelvis vs Hip   Pelvis and hip are two different, but entirely interrelated skeletal parts located in the lower part of the human body. Several bones are arranged to make these strong bony parts, especially the pelvis. Pelvis and hip are very important as they give rigid support to the body by connecting... 
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LNG vs LPG   LNG and LPG are energy sources. They are flammable, and combustion releases energy. Both are mixtures which are mainly composed of hydrocarbons. Both LNG and LPG are composed of gases, but they are converted to liquid form in order to store and transport easily. So they are stored under high... 
Difference Between Phenyl and Benzyl
Phenyl vs Benzyl   Both phenyl and benzyl are derived from benzene, and commonly confused by students of chemistry. Phenyl is a hydrocarbon molecule with the formula C6H5, whereas benzyl is C6H5CH2; an extra CH2 group attached to the benzene ring. Phenyl   Phenyl is a hydrocarbon molecule with the formula... 
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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs Note 3   Samsung has always been an aggressive competitor that uses a diverse range of techniques to maintain their market position. One of their key techniques is to have a spectrum of handsets to address the needs of disparate market segments which ensures that they stay at the... 
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Osmolality vs Osmolarity   Osmolality and osmolarity are used to indicate the solute concentration of solute particles in a solution. The idea behind these two words is related to molarity and molality, but they have different meanings. In some cases molarity, molality and osmolality, osmolality can be similar... 
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