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  • n. Plural form of comparer.


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  • And within the community of writers, I've always thought of the distinction as sharers vs. comparers.

    Sharers and competitors

  • Page 12 the experts in imaginary psychology; then the historical comparers, pigeonholers and makers of categories; finally, the professors of pure æsthetic.

    Prejudices : first series,

  • 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.

    Flowers from a Persian Garden and Other Papers

  • I had nearly omitted an Arabian version of the outcast infants which seems to have hitherto escaped notice by story-comparers.

    Arabian nights. English

  • 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.

    Arabian nights. English

  • The factory I mentioned earlier wraps all those dynamic comparers into one convenient package.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • We are great comparers of this year with last year, but as things keep drifting, step by step, we get used to it.

    AMERICAN.COM -- A Magazine of Ideas, Online

  • 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.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Program easily integrates with third party file comparers.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Dynamic Reflection Library with DynamicComparer that can create extremely fast-running comparers using Emit.

    The Code Project Latest Articles


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