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In shape, he differs in some degree from the Huzza Porpoise, being of a less rotund and jolly girth; indeed, he is of quite a neat and gentleman-like figure.
Taken finger for finger, your patterns differ from your neighbor's.
Their notions relating to the duties of parents and children differ extremely from ours.
Nor does this water in fact differ from that of other seas.
With regard to giants," replied Don Quixote, "opinions differ as to whether there ever were any or not in the world; but the Holy Scripture, which cannot err by a jot from the truth, shows us that there were, when it gives us the history of that big Philistine, Goliath, who was seven cubits and a half in height, which is a huge size.
And in this respect only I believe myself to differ from men in general, and may perhaps claim to be wiser than they are:--that whereas I know but little of the world below, I do not suppose that I know: but I do know that injustice and disobedience to a better, whether God or man, is evil and dishonourable, and I will never fear or avoid a possible good rather than a certain evil.
For this opinion has never been held, and never will be held, by any considerable number of persons; and those who are agreed and those who are not agreed upon this point have no common ground, and can only despise one another when they see how widely they differ.
For it is an observation, as true as it is trite, that there is nothing men differ so readily about as the payment of money.
In the third place, as the constitutions of the States differ much from each other, it might happen that a treaty or national law, of great and equal importance to the States, would interfere with some and not with other constitutions, and would consequently be valid in some of the States, at the same time that it would have no effect in others.
In this respect I did not differ from him materially: I was skillful in the Italian vintages myself, and bought largely whenever I could.
All Barsoomians speak the same tongue from the ice-clad south to the ice-clad north, though their written languages differ.
They differ as greatly as do individuals of the human family.