point of difference


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The other point of difference is, the greater number of citizens and extent of territory which may be brought within the compass of republican than of democratic government; and it is this circumstance principally which renders factious combinations less to be dreaded in the former than in the latter.
Another point of difference between the male and female schools is still more characteristic of the sexes.
There has always been one point of difference between us, Judge Temple, I may say, since our nativity,” he replied; not that I would insinuate that you are at all answerable for the acts of Nature; for a man is no more to be condemned for the misfortunes of his birth, than he is to be commended for the natural advantages he may possess; but on one point we may be said to have differed from our births, and they, you know, occurred within two days of each other.
He painted the quality as forming the great point of difference between the beaver and other brutes; between the brutes and men; and, finally, between the Hurons, in particular, and the rest of the human race.
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The campaign uses visual metaphor in the ads, such as two sheep, one cloned with duck feet to simplify the point of difference.
Starc further said that he has got the point of difference with the left-arm, adding that a bowler needed to do whatever he can to take wickets and perform in the game.
This in itself provides a nice point of difference to other similar texts.
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There is still a good future for off-licences in Scotland as long as they have a strong point of difference from the supermarkets," said Craig.