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  • Though these two systems differ in their operation their equipment is much the same.
  • They differed however about where the new location of the capital would be.
  • Their names often differed from version to version and from language to language.
  • Rules for one species may differ somewhat from the rules for a different species.
  • Although they might differ in location and size, their function are similar.
  • The local fire chief has stated he provides differing levels of service to black and white people.
  • This official name may differ from their first name and may not even be one of their given names.
  • Jones himself has said that the finished film differs greatly from his original vision.
  • The line between a language and its core library differs from language to language.
  • The northern and southern sections of the city differ both in culture and appearance.
  • Otherwise the results will differ by two points for each extra group.
  • However, there is evidence that differs from the official account of the battle.
  • However, this is only a general rule and many species differ.
  • The form at the time differs slightly from the modern day form.
  • Very few countries use a war flag that differs from the state flag.
  • Rather, he wrote, goods are valuable because they serve various uses whose importance differs.
  • Although maps are often made in one specific language, place names often differ between languages.
  • Also, the end of the episode differs slightly from the end of the play.
  • Other than that, only size and importance differs one from another.
  • Also, the same role-name can have differing functions across different versions of the game.
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Meaning of differ

  • verb Be different
    These two tests differ in only one respect