striking+difference

  • 1 difference — noun 1 way in which people/things are not the same ADJECTIVE ▪ big, broad, considerable, dramatic, enormous, great, huge, large, major, profound …

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  • 2 difference — n. 1) to make a difference 2) to tell the difference 3) to compose, reconcile, resolve, settle, thrash out differences 4) to set aside differences 5) to split the difference ( to take an average ) 6) a considerable, great, marked, noticeable,… …

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  • 3 striking — adj. VERBS ▪ be, look ▪ That hat looks very striking. ADVERB ▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc …

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  • 4 striking — strik|ing [ straıkıŋ ] adjective * attracting your interest or attention because of some unusual feature: Her eye makeup was very striking. This is a striking example of how misleading statistics can be. a striking resemblance/difference: His… …

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  • 5 striking */ — UK [ˈstraɪkɪŋ] / US adjective attracting your interest or attention because of some unusual feature This is a striking example of how misleading statistics can be. Her eye make up was very striking. a striking resemblance/difference: There are… …

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  • 6 Fichte and Schilling: the Jena period — Daniel Breazeale FROM KANT TO FICHTE An observer of the German philosophical landscape of the 1790s would have surveyed a complex and confusing scene, in which individuals tended to align themselves with particular factions or “schools,”… …

    History of philosophy

  • 7 Indian philosophy — Any of the numerous philosophical systems developed on the Indian subcontinent, including both orthodox (astika) systems, namely, the Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mimamsa, and Vedanta schools of philosophy, and unorthodox (nastika) systems …

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  • 8 native American — native American, adj. a person born in the United States. [1835 45, Amer.] * * * ▪ indigenous peoples of Canada and United States Introduction also called  American Indian,  Amerindian,  Amerind,  Indian,  Aboriginal American,  or  First Nation… …

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  • 9 Native American — Indian (def. 1). Usage. See Indian, Eskimo. * * * ▪ indigenous peoples of Canada and United States Introduction also called  American Indian,  Amerindian,  Amerind,  Indian,  Aboriginal A …

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  • 10 Huia — This article is about the extinct bird species. For other uses, see Huia (disambiguation). Huia A pair (male in front of female) Painting by J.G. Keulemans from W.L. Buller s A History of the Birds of New Zealand (1888) …

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  • 11 PENTATEUCH — This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction definition outline contents and structure the primeval history the patriarchs the exodus Sinai/Horeb Covenant and Laws the journey Moses Farewell the authors doublets and… …

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  • 12 Synoptics — • The name given since Griesbach s time (about 1790) to the first three canonical Gospels Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Synoptics     Synoptics      …

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  • 13 Sceptics (The) — The sceptics Michael Frede INTRODUCTION When we speak of ‘scepticism’ and of ‘sceptics’, we primarily think of a philosophical position according to which nothing is known for certain, or even nothing can be known for certain. There are certain… …

    History of philosophy

  • 14 Recumbent bicycle — A recumbent bicycle is a bicycle which places the rider in a supine or semi supine position (rarely, in a prone position). Recumbents hold the world speed record for a bicycle and were banned from international racing in 1934 cite web url =… …

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  • 15 Hroðgar — s Det svenska rikets uppkomst (1925) (in Swedish). For presentations of the archaeological findings, see e.g. Elisabeth Klingmark s Gamla Uppsala, Svenska kulturminnen 59 , Riksantikvarieämbetet (in Swedish), or [http://www.raa.se/cms/extern/se… …

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  • 16 Brave series — The nihongo|Brave series|勇者シリーズ|Yūsha shirīzu is a toy and animation franchise that began after toy company Takara had ended the animated Generation One storyline of Transformers in Japan. Following a decline in the series popularity that led to… …

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  • 17 Saturn — /sat euhrn/, n. 1. an ancient Roman god of agriculture, the consort of Ops, believed to have ruled the earth during an age of happiness and virtue, identified with the Greek god Cronus. 2. Astron. the planet sixth in order from the sun, having an …

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  • 18 contrast — [kən trast′; ] for n. [ kän′trast΄] vt. [Fr contraster < It & VL * contrastare, to withstand < L contra, against + stare, to STAND] to compare so as to point out the differences; set off against one another vi. to show differences when… …

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  • 19 Lock (water transport) — Canal lock and lock keeper s cottage on the Aylesbury Arm of the Grand Union Canal at Marsworth in Hertfordshire, England …

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  • 20 PARABLE — PARABLE, from the Greek παραβολὴ (lit. juxtaposition ), the usual Septuagint rendering of Hebrew mashal ( comparison, saying, and derived meanings ). No distinction is made in biblical usage between parable, allegory, and fable; all are forms of… …

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