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When he had said goodbye all round and came to Mr Crummles, he could not but mark the difference between their present separation and their parting at Portsmouth.
In fact, only a few miles per gallon mark the difference between the turbocharged engine and the 2.
Conservative Assembly leader Andrew RT Davies feared the second chamber proposals would increase the "cost of politics" but said: "I have long believed that changing the name of the National Assembly for Wales to the Welsh Parliament would be a sensible move, which would help mark the difference between the role of the legislature and that of the Welsh Government.
Conservative Assembly leader Andrew RT Davies feared the second chamber proposals would increase the "cost of politics but said: "I have long believed that changing the name of the National Assembly for Wales to the Welsh Parliament would be a sensible move, which would help mark the difference between the role of the legislature and that of the Welsh Government.
This will mark the difference between confrontation or moderation.
8220;In my view, it is the application of business processes and the use of technology that will mark the difference between a run-of-the-mill company and a thriving one.
This resulted in losses for the state estimated at $714 million, which mark the difference between the price of gas exported to Israel and international prices.
Optimising a company's cash conversion cycle will mark the difference between the real winners and losers.
Variability in the physics of sound production from the vocal folds can mark the difference between communication that connects people and enriches their lives and speech so impaired it isolates and estranges.
He requested the court to check both the portraits thoroughly to mark the difference between the two photographs.
Sharp thinking and new working partnerships can mark the difference between stuttering along in business and riding out the storm stronger than before.
Time can mark the difference between getting to a destination and running out of gas.