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Weasel vs. Ferret

A weasel is a small mammal that is long in body and short of leg. The name weasel actually implies it is bloodthirsty and vicious. Seventeen species of animal are classified as weasels. Weasels live all over the globe with the exception of Australia, its surrounding islands, and Antarctica. A ferret is a member of the weasel family and looks of the same relative body... read more »
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Atomic Bomb vs. Hydrogen Bomb

For most people, the atomic bomb and the hydrogen bomb are pretty much the same thing with the only difference being their relative strengths. While this is partly truewith the hydrogen bomb being considerably more powerfulboth types of bombs actually have a number of differences with each other, most having to do with their construction and means of detonation. Let's... read more »
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Women 100 Years Ago vs. Women Now

100 years ago times were very different in America. Everything was different, from how we acted to what rights women did and did not have. 100 years ago women did not have the right to vote- only to sit and watch. In 1920 that right was finally granted and now women not only vote but run for Presidency. Nowadays women also work, have a number of kids and even run their... read more »
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Xanax vs. Zoloft

Countless people all over the world rely on either Xanax or Zoloft to help them deal with issues related to depression. While both medications are quite similar to each other, they are by no means interchangeable, and taking one when you should be taking the other can produce disastrous results. Here is a quick guide on the key differences between each. Definition ... read more »
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Active Student vs. Passive Student: Serious About School?

There are two types of students, active and passive. Each type of student pursues their education differently. The more committed the student is to achieving a goal related to education the more active they are likely to be. The passive type generally fails to find a great deal of satisfaction or accomplishment as a student. This difference can affect the students... read more »
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