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The Differences Between Yogurt and Greek Yogurt

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Yogurt is a semi fluid fermented milk food. The lactic acid content gives it a mildly sour taste. It is smooth and creamy. Yogurt is made from the milk of cows, sheep, goats and water&hellip

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The Difference Between Knitting and Crocheting

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Converting fibre into fabric is a process involving many steps. The fibre is obtained from plants as in cotton and jute. Animal fibres include wool and silk. The process of spinning twists the fibres together&hellip

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Hair and Fur: The Mammalian Glory

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Hair is one of the defining features of the taxonomic class, Mammalia. All mammals have hair, with the exception of some dolphins. They too are born with some hair around the nose, but it falls&hellip

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The Difference Between Nuts and Seeds

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Distinguishing between nuts and seeds is not very easy. Classification varies according to the academic or colloquial usage of the words. Scientific Distinction: A seed is the new plant in the embryonic state. It contains&hellip

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The Difference Between Shiite and Sunni

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The two major branches of Islam are the Sunni and the Shiite. The Sunni constitutes the majority of the world Muslim population. According to 21st century estimates there are 900 million Sunni adherents of Islam.&hellip

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The Difference Between Objective and Subjective

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If a tree falls in the forest and there is nobody there to hear it, does it make a sound? This a common question posed by philosophers. Objectively the falling tree created vibrations, causing sound&hellip

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The Difference Between Reflection and Refraction

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Reflection is the return off light, heat or sound after it strikes the boundary between two different mediums. The receiving body or surface, does not absorb the projected light heat or sound waves, but throws&hellip

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The Difference Between Emotions and Feelings

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Walking down a lonely jungle path you encounter a tiger. Your body reacts to the presence of this predator by producing in you the emotion of fear. Fear activates the adrenal glands and your body&hellip

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The Difference Between Soy Milk and Milk

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Milk is a liquid from the mammary glands of female mammals. It is produced in the body of the female mammal, for a period of time following the birth of young ones. Females producing milk&hellip

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The Difference Between Jobs and Career

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Children, as they are growing up, pass through phases of passionate declaration about their future. At various stages of their growth the express the desire to be a bus driver, train driver, fireman, policeman, teacher,&hellip

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The Difference Between Neighbours India and Pakistan

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Through the ages the mighty Himalayas have provided a natural barrier that cocooned the Indian sub-continent. The people living south of the Himalayas evolved independently, with little outside influence, until the 7th or 8th century&hellip

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The Difference Between Steel and Stainless Steel

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IRON THE ROOT METAL: Steel and stainless steel are both alloys of iron. The earliest recorded production of iron dates back to Anatolia (Turkey) in 2000 BCE. The Iron Age was well established by 1000&hellip

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The Difference Between an Electric and Acoustic Guitar

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The guitar is a plucked string instrument. It originated in Spain in the sixteenth century. It consists of a hollow body, usually curving inward at the centre. The curve is referred to as the waist.&hellip

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The difference Between Aikido and Kung Fu

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Kung Fu or Gung Fu is essentially a deep Chinese philosophy. It is the acquiring of skills without the influence of the intellect or emotions. Kung Fu is a self –discipline. It is the application&hellip

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The Difference Between SAT and ACT

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INTRODUCTION: The Scholastic Aptitude Test was first conducted in 1929 in USA. The name was later changed to Scholastic Assessment Test and is now simply called SAT. American College Testing or ACT was introduced in&hellip

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