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Assonance vs Alliteration vs Consonance   The difference between assonance, alliteration, and consonance basically lies in the use of vowels, consonants, and the placement of the similar sounding alphabets inside words in a line of the poem.   Poets use certain tricks while choosing words in the poems... 
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Rhyme vs Rhythm   • Rhyming is the practice of choosing similar sounding words at the ends of the alternate lines of a poem. • Rhythm is an audible pattern or effect that is created by introducing pauses or stressing certain words in the poem.   Rhyme, rhythm, meter, alliteration etc. are some important elements... 
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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Pumpkin vs Pumpkin Puree   Pumpkin is a vegetable that is a delight when it comes to baking as it is used in many recipes and dishes whether breads, cakes or even pies. When you go to a grocery store, you find canned pumpkin, but alongside this product there is also canned pumpkin puree making you confused... 
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Island vs Continent   Is Australia a continent or an island? Why is Greenland considered an island despite being larger in size than Australia? These are questions that are hard to explain until an individual is aware of the meanings of the terms island and continent. Most people, however, are quick to tell that... 
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Wood vs Forest   Woods and forest describe similar natural areas full of trees, but woods is smaller and has lesser density of trees than a forest. Forest, woods, jungle, etc. are words that evoke images of scores of trees in a natural setting. Many people remain confused between a forest and woods as they... 
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Pub vs Bar   Pubs and bars are places that are frequented by people for drinking and social gathering. People use the terms interchangeably making no distinction between a pub and a bar. To attract people to come and consume alcoholic beverages, many new attractions have been added to conventional bars and... 
Difference Between Pacific Time and Mountain Time
Pacific Time vs Mountain Time   • Mountain Time (MT) is ahead of Pacific Time (PT) by an hour • Pacific Standard Time (PST) is GMT/UTC – 8 while Mountain Standard Time (MST) is GMT/UTC – 7 • Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) is GMT/UTC – 7 while Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) is GMT/UTC – 6 USA is a very... 
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Sunrise vs Sunset   Sunrise and sunset are daily events but very beautiful and mesmerizing to observe from a vantage point. When you see the sunrise and sunset in photographs, it is often difficult to tell which is which because of the similarities in the colors of the sky at these times. However, there are... 
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Continental Crust vs Oceanic Crust   The surface of the earth and a small portion beneath the surface of the earth is called earth’s crust. This is a very thin layer of rocks that makes up nearly 1% of the total volume of the planet earth. If anything, you can assume earth’s crust to be akin to the skin... 
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Central Time vs Mountain Time   USA is a very large country in terms of both area and population. This is why moving from east to west the country has been divided into 4 time zones namely Eastern Standard Time, Central Standard Time, the Mountain Standard Time, and finally the Pacific Standard Time. Though the... 
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EDT vs EST   The area of the country that is referred to as contiguous United States is divided into 4 time zones of which the time zone that is observed in the eastern most part is referred to as Eastern Time Zone. There are 17 states of the country that fall under this time zone. Interestingly, Eastern Time can... 
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Custard vs Pudding vs Mousse   Pudding, custard, and mousse are dairy based creamy dishes that are served as desserts. All three are yummy in taste and have many similarities to confuse those who are not connoisseurs. There are millions who use the wrong words hen taking about these recipes. This article... 
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Flaky, Puff vs Filo Pastry   Pastry is perhaps one of the most popular baked items around the world. The most common ingredients of the dough that is used to make pastries are flour, butter, eggs, cream, and milk. Baking powder is also used to prepare pastries. Tarts, quiches, and pies are very popular names... 
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Puff vs Shortcrust Pastry   Puff and Shortcrust are the names of two different types of pastries that are baked products. Pastries are basically mixtures of butter and flour that is made rich using shortening. The dough made in this fashion is kept in the fridge and used to make pastries by baking whenever... 
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Auto Draft   Potatoes are one of the most used vegetables around the world. They are also used to extract flour which is used in many different ways inside a kitchen. There are two different flours made from potatoes namely the potato flour and the potato starch flour. Many people remain confused between potato... 
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