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  • adjective Common misspelling of analogous., common other spelling.


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  • The discussion of books will be driven more and more on the Internet, says writer and UVA prof Christopher Tilghman (and Preston's husband), which he calls analagous to "the big book group in the sky." - Current Articles

  • By contrast, in analagous non-union jobs, there are those confronted with far fewer opportunities, and I really fail to see how diminishing the economic opportunities and increasing their vulnerabilities gives them “more opportunities.”

    Matthew Yglesias » McConnell’s Middle Class

  • (Zoroaster, near ref. 1005) analogous: 'analagous' in original

    A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume II. (of VI.)

  • I think this is kind of analagous to an energy tax as opposed to a carbon tax: we don't actually care if people use more energy or eat more seafood.

    Research Blogging - All Topics - English

  • He did not explicitly compare the president to Saddam or the North Korean leader or say that Mr. Obama's efforts were 'analagous' to theirs. "-- correction, New York Times, Sept.  8

    The Whatever President

  • I am not sure how analagous this is to "armed robbery", a similar term common in the USA.

    Robo a transeunte?

  • Which gives me an idea for a more strongly analagous rating system: students earn ratings by a system of competition; some form of testing, maybe even multiple forms (standardized test, essays, graded discussions, etc.) are used to grade students and both students and each test are rated, so that a rating earned reflects how well students and tests 'beat' the other side.

    Two Thoughts on Economic Education, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Localized private water treatment though, analagous to cheap bottled water, should be possible.

    Water as a Private Good, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Individual mind is filtering universal mind (the continuum), but the underlying essence of mind is not bounded by those filters just as an individual wave on the ocean, although unique, particular and observable, is not fundamentally different from or separate from the larger body of all the worlds oceans which are analagous to being a 'universal continuum' or one-god principle.

    Another Look

  • This is analagous to how a radio, accessing 'universally the same' radio frequencies, can attune via various simple mechanisms to different stations such that at one moment it will be playing the jazz and another the rock stations.

    A Materialist Red Herring


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  • Only every second Monday.

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