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Just compare the one that has been cleaned with the others.
The results are then compared to the results of previous studies.
The research aims to compare and contrast policies in British, American, and Japanese firms.
How does the UK’s performance compare with that of other European countries?
About 2.5% of Scottish land is registered organic: that compares very favourably with the European average.
It’s a good university, but its architecture doesn’t compare with that of the older institutions.
The band has been compared to the Beatles.
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