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  • For more information about support in software media players look at comparison of media players.
  • Thus, light travel time must be taken into account in such time comparisons.
  • His video also has no other objects for size comparison.
  • Below is a comparison of an example application from each of the three models.
  • Thus comparisons of line capacity should also consider the cost per line.
  • Some countries used much larger samples than required to allow comparisons between regions.
  • In comparison to the rock sound of the first album, the follow-up album had a more pop sound.
  • Human language is unique in comparison to other forms of communication, such as those used by non-human animals.
  • But these two territories are not extended in comparison to the total area of the country.
  • In comparison to age, a female bass is larger than a male.
  • While comparisons are often made with field hockey, the two games have several important differences.
  • Cross-cultural studies is the third form of cross-cultural comparisons.
  • In standard English, then refers to time, while than is used in comparisons.
  • Attempts to use the data from these national surveys for international comparison have failed.
  • The theory of mass comparison is an attempt to demonstrate what those means are.
  • The primary comparison between the two characters appears to be the similarity of their names.
  • Different countries have developed their own accounting principles over time, making international comparisons of companies difficult.
  • Because there are so many more major league baseball games played, there is no comparison in overall attendance.
  • The pressure of such comparisons caused criticisms when he did not live up to them.
  • A simple comparison of their features is listed below.
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Words starting with comparison

Meaning of comparison

  • noun The act of examining resemblances
    they made a comparison of noise levels, the fractions selected for comparison must require pupils to consider both numerator and denominator
  • noun Relation based on similarities and differences
  • noun Qualities that are comparable
    no comparison between the two books, beyond compare