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  • 1 judged by comparison — index comparative Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 Comparison — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Comparison >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 comparison comparison collation contrast Sgm: N 1 identification identification Sgm: N 1 comparative estimate comparative estimate relative estimate GRP: N 2 Sgm: N 2 simile …

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  • 3 Comparison of Windows and Linux — Comparison of the Microsoft Windows and Linux operating system is a common topic of discussion among their users. Windows is the most prominent proprietary operating system, while Linux is the most prominent operating system that is free software …

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  • 4 Comparison of Canadian and American football — Canadian and American football are very similar, as both have their origins in rugby. As such, the rules of these sports are very similar, although a comparison illustrates some key differences.HistoryFootball was introduced to North America in… …

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  • 5 Comparison of the Amundsen and Scott Expeditions — The routes to the South Pole taken by Scott (green) and Amundsen (red), 1911–1912. The reasons for Roald Amundsen s success with his South Pole expedition and the reason for Robert Falcon Scott s failure in returning from the simulta …

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  • 6 Comparison of American and Canadian football — Diagram of an American football field Diagram of a …

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  • 7 Comparison of Canadian football and rugby league — A comparison of Canadian football and rugby league football can be made because of their shared origins, resulting in similarities and shared concepts in terms of scoring and advancing the ball. Aside from American football, rugby league is the… …

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  • 8 Pairwise comparison — This article is about pairwise comparisons in psychology. For statistical analysis of paired comparisons, see paired difference test. Pairwise comparison generally refers to any process of comparing entities in pairs to judge which of each entity …

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  • 9 comparative — com·par·a·tive /kəm par ə tiv/ adj: characterized by systematic comparison comparative contribution, which apportions according to...respective fault W. L. Prosser and W. P. Keeton com·par·a·tive·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… …

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  • 10 comparative — com|par|a|tive1 [ kəm perətıv ] adjective ** 1. ) judged in comparison to something such as a previous situation or state: RELATIVE: We sailed into the comparative shelter of the harbor. We expected to win with comparative ease. 2. ) involving… …

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  • 11 comparative — [kəm parətɪv] adjective 1》 measured or judged by comparison; relative. 2》 involving comparison between two or more subjects or branches of science: comparative religion. 3》 Grammar (of an adjective or adverb) expressing a higher degree of a… …

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  • 12 comparative — a. 1. Comparing, able to compare. 2. Judged by comparison, relative. 3. Founded in comparison, general …

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  • 13 comparative — I UK [kəmˈpærətɪv] / US [kəmˈperətɪv] adjective ** 1) judged in comparison to something such as a previous situation or state We sailed into the comparative shelter of the harbour. We expected to win with comparative ease. 2) involving the… …

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  • 14 comparative — [kəmˈpærətɪv] adj I 1) judged in comparison with something such as a previous situation or state Syn: relative We expected to win with comparative ease.[/ex] 2) involving the comparison of two or more things a comparative analysis[/ex] 3)… …

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  • 15 comparative — ► ADJECTIVE 1) measured or judged by comparison; relative. 2) involving comparison between two or more subjects or branches of science. 3) (of an adjective or adverb) expressing a higher degree of a quality, but not the highest possible (e.g.… …

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  • 16 Noel Lemass, Jnr — Noel T. Lemass Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Finance In office 2 July 1969 – 5 February 1973 Preceded by Jim Gibbons Succeeded by Henry Kenny …

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  • 17 Birkdale Palace Hotel — The Birkdale Palace Hotel was a luxury hotel located in the coastal resort of Birkdale, on the north west coast of England. It was opened in 1866 and demolished in 1969. During the Second World War it was a rehabilitation centre for US airmen,… …

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  • 18 Men O' War — Theatrical poster Directed by Lewis R. Foster Produced by …

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  • 19 Psalms — • The Psalter, or Book of Psalms, is the first book of the Writings , i.e. of the third section of the printed Hebrew Bible of today. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Psalms     Psalms …

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  • 20 relativism — rel|a|tiv|is|m [ˈrelətıvfızəm] n [U] technical the belief in ↑philosophy that nothing is absolutely true and that things can only be judged in comparison with one another …

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