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Micro vs Macro   Micro and macro are prefixes that are used before words to make them small or big respectively. This is true with micro and macroeconomics, micro and macro evolution, microorganism, micro lens and macro lens, micro finance and macro finance, and so on. The list of words that makes use of... 
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Middle Ages vs Renaissance   Renaissance is a period of cultural awakening in the European history. It is also referred to as rebirth or enlightenment period that is believed to have existed between the 14th and the 16th centuries. Middle Ages or the dark period is a timeline that extends from 5th century... 
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Middle School vs High School   Schooling system that is very common in the western world and is also employed in the commonwealth countries is the one where there are three distinct phases. The first phase is identified as the primary schooling while the end of schooling is signified by High School. In between... 
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Mein vs Meine   If you have read or heard about the autobiography Mein Kampf, you probably know that Mein in German means my. As the title of the book suggests, Mein Kampf translates into My Battle in English. There are, however, other words used for same pronoun ‘My’ such as Meine, meinen, meines, etc.... 
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Mia vs Mia 2   Mia and Mia 2 are two different cleansing brushes that are made by Clarisonic. It is a private company making skin care products and Mia and Mia 2 are two of its electrically operated face brushes that are used for cleansing purposes. Women apply light to dark makeup but have to get rid of... 
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Mineral vs Soda Water   Water is a necessity for human beings, and they need to drink it on a regular basis to survive. It is a compound that is found in abundance on earth and even around 70% our body is made up of water. Pure water is odorless and colorless liquid. There are also available in the market... 
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Left Heart vs Right Heart   The human heart is a muscular, four chambered heart consisting of two ventricles and two atria. It is about the size of fist, and is located posterior to the sternum and anterior to the vertebral column in the rib cage. The muscles of the heart are mainly made up of cardiac muscles of... 
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Lagging vs Leading Strand   DNA replication is an important biological process occurs in all living organisms with regards to their inheritance. In the process of replication, double helix of DNA molecule is unzipped, and each strand acts as a template for the daughter strand so that, the bases are matched... 
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HTC One vs One X +   Comparing smartphones is an interesting activity at times and a boring activity at other times. It becomes interesting when the comparison is between two new high end smartphones that have a lot to offer for the review. On the contrary, stale usual smartphone reviews are rather boring.... 
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Synapse vs Synaptic Cleft   Nervous system is a collection of well organized cellular circuits that allow an animal to perform certain essential tasks for survival. These circuits are made up of specialized cells called neurons, which are needed to transmit electrical and chemical signals, process sensory... 
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Ltd vs LLP   The terms Ltd and LLP are both given to firms with limited liability, with different business structures; one is a limited partnership and the other being a private limited company. Ltd companies and LLPs both have a great advantage in that their liability is limited to the amount of funds that... 
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LLC vs Ltd   The terms Ltd and LLC are frequently seen with company names, and are given to different types of companies depending on the business structure to which they belong. The terms Ltd and LLC both are used for companies that have limited liability, which means their liability is limited to the amount... 
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Limited vs Ltd   “Ltd” is a term that we very frequently see behind the name of a company. The word Ltd is a shortened form for ‘limited liability’. There is quite a lot of confusion among many as to whether Ltd is same or different to what is meant by limited liability. In this article, we aim to... 
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Limited vs Unlimited Liability   As businesses are formed, their various business structures need to be decided upon. One such decision that needs to be made is whether the firm will be of limited or unlimited liability. Limited and unlimited liability are concerned with the obligations of the owners; whether... 
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Lien vs Pledge   Companies frequently borrow funds for investment, expansion, business development and operational requirements. In order for banks and financial institutions to grant funds to borrowers, there needs to be some form of assurance that the borrowed funds will be repaid to the lender. This assurance... 
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Asus FonePad vs PadFone   Asus PadFone is an idea that has been around for quite some time. It was introduced over and over again in the Consumer Electronic Shows for the last couple of years but didn’t kick start in the markets. It might be because of the steep price point the PadFones are offered. In any case,... 
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