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American Cars vs. Japanese Cars: Which is best?

For many people, making the choice between American cars and Japanese cars was traditionally a simple one, either way the decision went. Most people only have to decide if they want to buy local or go foreign-made, with the manufacturer's country of origin being the only point of contention. Things aren't quite so straightforward nowadays however, as more and more... read more »
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Butterfly vs. Caterpillar: Natural Beauty

Lepidoptera is the order of insects which comprises the butterfly species. The order contains more than 180.000 species grouped in 128 families. Most species have bodies covered in scales. Two large compound eyes, membranous wings and an elongated mouth part are also defining features. The larvae stages are called caterpillars. Members of the order can be found in... read more »
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Ning vs. Socialgo: Need Your Own Social Network?

Social network are an important part of everyday life for many people. It allows us to build online communities and stay in touch with each other. People can share information such as pictures, movie clips, links and many more through easy to use tools. Various platforms have appeared in the online environment to support users in maintaining a social network of friends... read more »
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Mayonnaise vs. Miracle Whip: Comfort Food

For some people, there is simply no replacement for mayonnaise. A fixture in picnics, snacks and even dinners, mayonnaise is an absolutely indispensable part of any American kitchen. However, there is a sizable number of people for whom Miracle Whip will do just as well and for some, it is even preferable to mayonnaise. Which one is the better choice for you? This... read more »
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ECG vs. EEG vs. EKG

ECG, EEG and EKG are acronyms often associated with diagnostics in a medical setting, particularly when there is a need to evaluate the function of the two vital organs that sustain and stabilize a living human being the heart and the brain. ECG stands for Electrocardiography (cardio- means heart) and EEG is an acronym to mean Electroencephalography (encephalo- means... read more »
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