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1 My shoes are small in comparison with my sister's.
2 The tallest buildings in London are small in comparison with those in New York.
3 The tallest buildings in London are small in comparison with New York's skyscrapers.
4 In absolute terms, wages have risen, but not in comparison with the cost of living.
5 Last year's riots pale in comparison with this latest outburst of violence.
6 By/In comparison with the French, the British eat far less fish.
7 The glasses are small in comparison with the old ones.
8 Today's economic problems pale in comparison with those of the 1930s.
9 In comparison with the disastrous damage made by the earthquake, my personal loss is negligible.
10 And in comparison with the South-East, the North's housing market looks positively buoyant.
11 The normality of Highly dangerous cars crash violently in comparison with?
12 In comparison with fabliaux like that, the misbehaviour of the monk and the wife is all too deliberate and plausible.
13 In comparison with the elaborate quantitative data sets on voting we have little empirical information on this group phenomenon.
14 Seen in comparison with the preceding axial age,[www.Sentencedict.com] the Hellenistic age is tame and conservative.
15 More specifically, we lack competitive export credit guarantees in comparison with other countries.
16 I thought I was badly treated but my experiences pale in comparison with yours.
17 The family emigrated to New Zealand in 1949, which seemed a wonderland in comparison with post-war England.
18 He places a tiny wire runner with effortless case, in comparison with my desperate finger-wrestling, rope-biting contortions.
19 Therefore Kirknewton is not badly served by local bus services in comparison with Ratho.
20 But his complaints about his two new peers were apparently mild in comparison with their complaints about him.
21 There have also been complaints from some members of parliament about the high levels of educational expenditure in comparison with other services.
22 Evidence suggests that some teachers are least happy about teaching poetry to this age group, in comparison with the other main literary genres.
23 Airlines offer some cover but the amount payable can be small in comparison with sums offered by the travel insurance specialists.
24 The technology which has emerged from an experimental analysis should be evaluated only in comparison with what is done in other ways.
25 The report demonstrated that the 1980s austerity measures had disproportionately affected blue collar workers in comparison with white collar workers.
26 All this technology is fairly meaningless unless we can express its capabilities in comparison with the traditional methods.
27 In conclusion[sentencedict.com], this study has evaluated the efficacy of four commercial serological tests in comparison with standard biopsy related tests.
28 Women's political life is characterised as marginal, shallow and inauthentic in comparison with that of men.
29 This critique of utilitarianism would seem to support Gandhi's contention that in comparison with sarvodaya utilitarianism shows a lack of dignity and humanity.
30 First, women's labour market participation is regarded as marginal in comparison with that of men.
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