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Omeprazole vs Omeprazole Magnesium   Omeprazole and Omeprazole Mg are two drugs coming under the drug class category of proton pump inhibitors. Proton pumps are situated in mitochondrial membranes, which mean they are in all most all cells. The importance of these drugs is that they selectively inhibit proton... 
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Sensitivity vs Specificity   Sensitivity and specificity are two terms coming under statistical testing. Depending on the nature of the study, the importance of the two may vary. The ideal test should be able to deliver results with 100% sensitivity and 100% specificity but in a practical application it is... 
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Melting vs Dissolving   Melting and dissolving are theoretically physical and chemical phenomena, but they occur every day right in front of our eyes. Have you not seen ice melting down to water? Have you not seen how a cup of coffee is made? Well, those are melting and dissolving processes respectively that... 
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Prebiotics vs Probiotics   Prebiotics and probiotics are always the topic in the food industry. Some companies make millions by just stating that their dairy products, processed food contain prebiotics or probiotics. Truly, their sales increase due to the fact that scientific research has proved they claim... 
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Epoxy vs Resin   Even if you do not know what epoxies or resins are, these are products that you may have been using in your life for different purposes. If you have used a glue for your arts and crafts classes as a kid or pasted mica over a table or chair using a product, you have made use of epoxies and... 
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Mermaid vs Siren   Mermaids and sirens are imaginary creatures that have the upper body and faces like women with lower bodies of birds or fish. Mermaids commonly find mention in the folklore of most civilizations and cultures as beautiful aquatic creatures that are half woman and half fish. However, there... 
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Mermaid vs Trumpet   Wedding day is perhaps the most important day in the life of a girl, and she prepares for the D day, to look and feel the most attractive during the ceremony. A bride is most concerned with her wedding dress as she wants her attire to be most beautiful and outlandish to make her look... 
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EP vs Album   Before the arrival of the music cassettes, the world of music was dominated by EP’s and LP’s the acronyms that stood for Extended Play and Long Play respectively. An EP was a collection of songs just like an album. However, despite serving the same purpose, there are differences between... 
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Meet vs Meat   Meet and meat are words in English language that are homonyms. This means that they have same pronunciations despite having totally different meanings. Students learning English often fail to pick the right word during conversation thereby committing mistakes. This article attempts to highlight... 
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Memorial vs Funeral   Death of someone who is known to us is a saddening event. In every religion of the world, there is a system of paying honors to the deceased by performing last rites and observing a ceremony that is called funeral where the dead body or the corpse is finally disposed off. There is also... 
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Phylum vs Class   Biological classification or scientific classification of living beings is the grouping of animals according to morphological (external), molecular, and chemical similarities found in them. In this classification, there are eight major taxonomical ranks (levels) defined for an animal, plant,... 
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Mixed Spice vs Allspice   Mixed spice and allspice are terms that are very confusing for some people because of their connotations. There are many people who think of a concoction consisting of many spices when they hear the word allspice while mixed spice is a term that reminds some people of something that... 
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Meet vs Meet With   Meet is a verb that indicates a chance or planned encounter with someone. It is also used to describe the event where different people come together and meet. However, there is confusion in the minds of the readers when it comes to meeting someone and meeting with someone as they do not... 
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Meet vs Met   Meet is a verb in English language that is used frequently to describe an event where someone comes across another person by chance or through prior appointment. Meet is also a noun where it describes the event such as sports meet or a law and order meet of authorities. Met is the past tense... 
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Mohican vs Mohawk   Mohican and Mohawk are names used for hairstyles that are very similar in looks. In fact, there are many who feel that there is no difference between Mohican and Mohawk and they are just two different names of the same hairstyle. This article attempts to take a closer look at the two hairstyles... 
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Mohawk vs Fauxhawk (Fohawk)   To those who are not aware of the Mohawk hairstyle, these words might seem alien or rather names of warriors or siblings in a fantasy or war video game. However, Mohawk and Fauxhawk are hairstyles that look similar to each other. Despite similarities, there are differences between Mohawk... 
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