- n. Plural form of comparer.
“And within the community of writers, I've always thought of the distinction as sharers vs. comparers.”
“Page 12 the experts in imaginary psychology; then the historical comparers, pigeonholers and makers of categories; finally, the professors of pure æsthetic.”
“I am confident that the collection will be highly appreciated by many English readers, while its value to story-comparers can hardly be over-rated.”
“I had nearly omitted an Arabian version of the outcast infants which seems to have hitherto escaped notice by story-comparers.”
“Story-comparers have too much cause to be dissatisfied with Jonathan Scott's translation of the "Bahár-i - Dánish" -- a work avowedly derived from Indian sources -- although it is far superior to Dow's garbled version.”
“The factory I mentioned earlier wraps all those dynamic comparers into one convenient package.”
“We are great comparers of this year with last year, but as things keep drifting, step by step, we get used to it.”
“Then, fund duplicates are presented by the program GUI and you can produce reports, compare files byte-by-byte, use third party comparers to visually see file differences, preview files in variety of formats, delete unwanted copies or simply reorganize your data.”
“Program easily integrates with third party file comparers.”
“Dynamic Reflection Library with DynamicComparer that can create extremely fast-running comparers using Emit.”
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