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Open Mic and Karaoke are similiar but Karaoke is more lipsyncing than actual singing as a talented artist.
22 (BNA) Green technology has the potential to become a key driver for growth, employment and technology in Malaysia, similiar to the situation in Germany.
I READ with some interest that the Isa Town flyover should have been given to a local company because they have large numbers of Bahrainis working for them on similiar projects.
Lessons learned should be studied by our nation's disaster experts and changes should be made to prepare the United States for such events, otherwise such disasters will be on a mass scale similiar to Bosnia, Haiti and 9/11.
Earlier in March, Iran's deputy Army chief, General Muhammad Reza Ashtiani, had made a similiar remark, where he had warned that Iran would eliminate Israel if it attacks the Islamic republic.
Capello has first-hand experience of Raul s influence after coaching him during two spell as Real manager and he believes Rooney has the ability to have a similiar inspirational effect on England.
The technology behind the optical disk is the foundation for similiar formats including CDs and DVDs.
Just 48 hours after defender Martin Laursen revealed his desire to one day captain Villa, it appears his manager is of a similiar view, writes Lisa Smith.
Rethink say there is growing evidence the health risks associated with cannabis use means warnings similiar to those on tobacco products are necessary.
The Arsenal boss (below) believes bitter rival Mourinho wanted to create a long-term legacy at Stamford Bridge, similiar to Sir Alex Ferguson's at Old Trafford and his own.
In the Youngstown Steel case during the Truman Administration, a precedent-setting case on Presidential overreaching, Justice Felix Frankfurter demolished a similiar argument: "It is one thing to draw an intention of Congress from general language and to say that Congress would have explicitly written what is inferred.
British Chicken Marketing took similar steps last year when there was a similiar media frenzy.