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1) They are poles apart in their political attitudes.
2) My sister and I are poles apart in personality.
3) Both are brilliant pianists, though they're poles apart in style.
4) Her own friends were poles apart from his.
5) In temperament, she and her sister are poles apart .
6) Our views may be poles apart but they're not saboteurs.
7) Tokyo and Washington remain poles apart on the issue of free trade.
8) The two feelings were poles apart.
9) The results are poles apart in terms of character ... each room has a distinctive style of its own.
10) Mr Hickey's view is poles apart from Jim O'Neill at Goldman Sachs.
11) Beneath the surface we are poles apart.
12) My hometown and the capital are poles apart.
13) The destiny let these two disposition poles apart NANA meet in the life relay station.
14) A short distance away,[http://sentencedict.com/poles apart.html] and yet poles apart - see little of each other though living nearby.
15) But Plato's Socrates is necessarily poles apart from Aristophanes' Socrates depiction of him as a sort of sophist who makes the weaker argument the stronger.
16) They are poles apart from today's double-faced and mercenary speculators who have no political beliefs,(sentencedict.com) ready to feed their own greed at the expense of the interests of their country and their people.
17) Suspicion and knowledge are poles apart on a continuum of understanding.
18) My friends, today we poles apart, do not know whether it can meet again tomorrow.
19) We are poles apart in temperament.
20) Their childhoods, like almost everything else about them, were poles apart.
21) I suppose that logicians and physicists normally consider themselves to be poles apart.
22) This is an area of human emotion so fraught with difficulty that attitudes to it are poles apart.
23) Who would have expected that the short distance between us should be keeping us poles apart!
24) However, regarding reducing the interest rate effect, spatial bilateral understanding actually poles apart.
25) But on the issue of history, the approaches that they have taken are poles apart.
26) Dear: Christmas arrived, you do not sad, not sad, although we poles apart.
27) The employers and the trade union leaders are still poles apart.
28) We have nothing in common , and in temperament we're poles apart.
29) More fundamentally, the challenges of export and domestic oriented business are poles apart.
30) The employers and the trade union leaders are still poles apart, and are far from reaching an agreement or compromise.
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