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  • noun Plural form of similarity.

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Examples

  • Of course we know that despite the title similarities, this is all about Bruce Campbell, and that's just fine by me, for My Name is Bruce was a lot of fun and any other films on the back of that are just going to get better, aren't they?

    Filmstalker: Bruce Campbell vs. Frankenstein

  • Of course we know that despite the title similarities, this is all about

    Filmstalker

  • The differences in such world views are far more significant than the similarities, and an attempt to minimize the differences and try to build on the similarities is apt to lead to extremely disappointing results.

    Barry Eisler: The Overton Window: More Poodle Than Panther

  • The differences in such world views are far more significant than the similarities, and an attempt to minimize the differences and try to build on the similarities is apt to lead to extremely disappointing results.

    Barry Eisler: The Overton Window: More Poodle Than Panther

  • The differences in such world views are far more significant than the similarities, and an attempt to minimize the differences and try to build on the similarities is apt to lead to extremely disappointing results.

    Barry Eisler: The Overton Window: More Poodle Than Panther

  • Some of Romney's possible opponents 2012 opponents have pointed out what they call the similarities between the health care reforms passed by Congress and signed into law last week by Obama and the Massachusetts model passed while Romney was governor of the Bay State.

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • Some of Romney's possible opponents 2012 opponents have pointed out what they call the similarities between the health care reforms passed by Congress and signed into law last week by Obama and the Massachusetts model passed while Romney was governor of the Bay State.

    WIBW - HomePage - Headlines

  • Deuce: Darwinism isn't meant to explain "similarities" and "differences" between organisms per se.

    Abiogenesis and Evolution

  • Their relationship was grounded in similarities that had produced notable and complementary differences in their characters.

    Wordsworth & Coleridge I « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Though actually I found certain similarities also with my current trip to Africa; Njal's Saga is in part about modernisation of an agrarian society, and the challenges caused by economic change to traditional patterns of internal conflict resolution.

    Labour invokes Doctor Who, again

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