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This is still a difference of degree rather than a difference in kind.
Every party has corrupt individuals but there is difference of degree.
While this may seem to be a difference of degree, it would have led to different results in many pre-2009 ADA cases.
The changes of resistivity for silane-crosslinked samples are much lower than radiation-crosslinked samples, although the difference of degree of crosslinking is considered.
Our disagreement over the magnitude of the improvement experienced by schools facing the prospect of vouchers is more substantial, but even this disagreement is only a difference of degree, nor kind.
From that perspective the difference between a book with an undisputed author and one like the New Discourse is merely a difference of degree, a matter of accidents by which some writings are reproduced in different versions and some writers are compelled to retrieve their rights from pirates and usurpers, whereas others are not.
And that difference of degree is one big reason America kept relatively calm.
That some of Schapiro's ideas on Mondrian's work were first formulated while the painter was still alive and much in need of recognition helps understand the essay's oddly apologetic strategy: in order to convince a reluctant audience that Mondrian's Neo-Plasticism did not consist of mere decorative patterns, Schapiro endeavors "to show [the] continuity" of its "pure relations" with "structures of representation in the preceding art" -- to show, in other words that there is nothing fundamentally new or frightening in his work; that between Degas' framing device and Mondrian's use of the diamond format, or between Pissarro's frenetic views of Parisian boulevards and Broadway Boogie Woogie's optical dazzle, there is only a difference of degree, not of nature.
That some of Schapiro's ideas on Mondrian's work were first formulated while the painter was still alive and much in need of recognition helps understand the essay's oddly apologetic strategy: in order to convince a reluctant audience that Mondrian's Neo-Plasticism did not consist of mere decorative patterns, Schapiro endeavors "to show [the] continuity" of its "pure relations" with "structures of representation in the preceding art" - to show, in other words, that there is nothing fundamentally new or frightening in his work; that between Degas' framing device and Mondrian's use of the diamond format, or between Pissarro's frenetic views of Parisian boulevards and Broadway Boogie Woogie's optical dazzle, there is only a difference of degree, not of nature.
As the country faced problems and challenges in the formative phase and even by now is facing several problems and challenges with a little difference of degrees, such problems and challenges come in the ways of nations, but I am certain that we will overcome these problems and challenges he opined.
Whatever the cause for such striking differences may be, "Only this is evident, that there is a difference of degrees in Men's Understandings, Apprehensions, and Reasonings, to so great a latitude, that one may, without doing injury to Mankind, affirm, that there is a greater distance between some Men, and others, in this respect, than between some Men and some Beasts.

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