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  • Although outwardly similar, the way they were used in battle was quite different.
  • Control must be distinguished from raising, though the two can be outwardly similar.
  • We now turn to the second theorem which speaks of an outwardly similar relationship between forces. Cited from Man or Matter, by Ernst Lehrs
  • They are outwardly similar to standard Canadian English from the perspective of a non-Canadian.
  • Outwardly similar to the original XV line, the internal construction and features were expanded.
  • In other parts of the world, vehicles used as school buses are outwardly similar to transit buses.
  • The clutch appears outwardly similar to most other multi-plate clutches.
  • At any rate a distinction, on the basis of the spirit in which they are undertaken, between types of action which are outwardly similar seems perfectly valid. Cited from Introduction to Non-Violence, by Theodore Paullin
  • Both instruments have cup-shaped mouthpieces outwardly similar. Cited from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 3
  • This species is sometimes confused with the nudibranch Tambja affinis due to its outwardly similar appearance.
  • Although outwardly similar, the fifth generation Explorer, Ford Edge and Ford Escape do not share platforms.
  • The outwardly similar Class 22 shared no mechanical parts with the 29s.
  • This class of five locomotives is outwardly similar to the Class 04 locomotives built around the same time but, internally, they are quite different.
  • The three cases - baptized as an infant, come to the faith in maturer years, and conversion from one denomination to another - seem outwardly similar.
  • Although outwardly similar to Colocasia esculenta, the most widely cultivated taro, it belongs to a different genus.
  • Outwardly similar to the following King George V class, the two could be told apart by the Orions foremast being placed behind the forward funnel.
  • Unlike members of other woodlouse families, members of this family can roll into a ball, an ability they share with the outwardly similar but unrelated pill millipedes and other animals.
  • Though outwardly similar to the British Hawker Siddeley Harrier, it followed a completely different configuration.
  • The double bogie tenders were outwardly similar in appearance to those used on the H15s, although strengthened during construction with extra internal bracing to hold of water.
  • All of the cruisers of the New Orleans class were outwardly similar but the displacement among these ships varied by some 600 tons.
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