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selfsameness

noun  close resemmlance, cognate, comparability, complement, corresponding, counterpart, equality, exactness, general resemblance, identicalness, indistinguishability, likeness, oneness, parallelism, sameness, semblance, similarity, similitude, synonymy, the like
See also: resemblance
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This kind of comment has been echoed by other bank elsewhere but it should be recognised that many of these selfsame analysts are also predicting that gold will fall back to $1,000 this year under which circumstances central bank sales are unlikely to be an element.
Amanda Perrettcouldhave a winner at Newbury on Fridaywith Selfsame inthe fillies'handicap.
The winds and sun that graced the bones of antique humans were not the selfsame winds and sun that ravaged us.
Everyone is pulling in the same direction - everyone wants the selfsame thing," The Sun quoted him, as saying.
Nerdy Clark Duke plays a relation of Cusack who happens -as we find out -to have been conceived at that selfsame, ski resort.
Less than two years before his death, Mr Macmillan, who became the Earl of Stockton, appeared to lay the selfsame charge against Margaret Thatcher and her privatisation programme.
I am fed up of hearing xenophobic comments from people around here about Polish and Eastern European workers often from the selfsame people who themselves have not worked a day in years preferring to scrounge off the government.
If the impotent wrath of the British electorate is never far from this show's accessible, knockabout surface, at its core is a borderline schizophrenia seemingly influenced by the selfsame current events.
Do you know that sweetcorn is available in transparent bottles made from the oil of the selfsame corn?
So please effect the selfsame respect for the two adjacent sides
No doubt had he chosen to do so then the PM would have been accused by those selfsame detractors of trying to take political advantage of the situation.
Through the liturgy and the church year, we are invited to imagine the selfsame dream that Jesus brought to his disciples.