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Lay vs Lie in English Grammar Lay and Lie are two verbs that are often confused due to similarity in their meanings. In fact they are used differently with different usage. One of the main differences between lay and lie is that lay is a regular verb. On the other hand lie is an irregular verb. There are various... 
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Hope vs Expectation Hope and expectation are two words that are often confused due to similarity in their connotations. Strictly speaking there is some difference between hope and expectation. Expectations are often characterized by unfulfilled desires. On the other hand hope is not about unfulfilled desires.... 
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Fasting vs Abstinence Fasting and Abstinence are two terms that are often confused due to the similarity in their meanings and concepts. Fasting consists in going without food and drink for a specific period of time. It also consists in limiting the food that one normally consumes. Abstinence is abstaining... 
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Across vs Through Across and Through are two words that convey the sense of movement but with some difference. As a matter of fact both across and through can be used for a movement from one side of an area to another. There is of course a major difference between the two words when it comes to their inner meaning.... 
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Winter vs Spring Winter and Spring are two seasons that show lot of differences between them in terms of their nature and characteristics. They are two of the four main seasons caused by the revolution of the earth around the sun. The other two seasons are autumn and summer. Spring is in fact the season in... 
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Typical vs Atypical Antipsychotics Typical antipsychotics and atypical antipsychotics drugs are used in the treatment of psychosis. Typical psychotic drugs belong to first generation antipsychotic whereas atypical psychotic drugs belong to second generation antipsychotic. Both of them are used in the treatment... 
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Tylenol vs Perocet Tylenol and perocet are both acetaminophen containing drug used to relieve pain. Perocet in combination with oxycodone is a narcotic pain reliever whereas tylenol is both pain reliever and reduces fever. Both the drugs has been approved by FDA .Both of them show their analgesic effect due to... 
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Kidney Pain vs Back Pain Kidney pain and back pain are sometimes similar in their symptoms and hence are often confused with each other. However, there are some noticeable differences between the two. The back pain is often dull, aching intermittent and sudden. The kidney pain however occurs in waves or cycles... 
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Sound vs Noise Sound and Noise are two words that are often confused as words that give the same meaning. As a matter of fact both these words are to be understood with difference. Sound is a sensation caused in the ear by the vibration of the surrounding air or other medium. It is clearly understood from the... 
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Practicable vs Practical Practicable and Practical are two words that are often confused when it comes to their usage. The word ‘practicable’ is used expressive of plans that can be carried out. Observe the sentence ‘Don’t you think that it is practicable to take the boy skiing?’ The speaker is exploring... 
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Policy vs Politics Policy and Politics are two words that are often confused with regard to their connotations. There is in fact some difference between the two words. Policy is used in the sense of ‘political line’. It is in fact a ‘rule of behavior’. It need not relate to politics at all times.... 
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No vs Not No and Not are two words that are often confused in terms of their usage. Strictly speaking they are to be viewed as two words with different usages. The word ‘not’ is generally used to make a sentence negative as in the sentence ‘He was not very happy’. Sometimes it is used to make a part... 
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Like vs Would Like in English Grammar Like and Would like are two types of usage in English that show some similarity but more of a difference between them. When ‘like’ is followed by a verb then it should be taken in the sense of ‘enjoy’ as in the sentences ‘I like singing’ and ‘I like playing... 
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Kuwait vs United Arab Emirates (UAE) Kuwait and United Arab Emirates are two Arab countries that show some differences between them when it comes to their location, total area, economy, currency and forms of government. Kuwait lies on the north western coast of the Persian Gulf between Iraq and Saudi Arabia.... 
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Juice vs Syrup Juice and Syrup are two words that are used as interchangeable ones. Strictly speaking there is some difference between juice and syrup. Juice is in fact the liquid part of vegetables or fruits. In other words it can be said that the juice of a fruit is formed out of the pulp. The pulp when... 
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Island vs Peninsula Island and Peninsula are two words that are to be understood with difference. An island is a piece of land covered on all sides by water whereas a peninsula is a piece of land covered by water on three of its sides. This is the main difference between island and peninsula. Islands usually... 
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