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Different experiments bring out the contrasting characters of the two fractions.
Summer birds with whiter head and worn and faded wings, contrasting with newer mantle.
Here's a taste of their contrasting approaches to panorama.
What's more, it is fun to have a contrasting hobby where models and priors play a more prominent role than in physics.
And the newspapers reflect contrasting political perspectives.
He wanted to illuminate what he felt was the mystery of her contrasting needs.
To deepen the wound, they had contrasting acting habits.
Opportunities to personalize include a choice of three contrasting roof colors.
Such starkly contrasting notions of freedom find expression in politics, too.
The contrasting views may have something to do with the chart at right.
In other words, you are contrasting state capitalism with crony capitalism.
These contrasting approaches have more than one explanation.
Certainly, both big and small have merit, but both also deliver deeply contrasting experiences.
If you've read the book, you can't help comparing and contrasting both versions constantly.
When he puts his cape over her she is almost hidden, and the contrasting figures elicited one of the few laughs from the audience.

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