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1. Geometry (of two or more figures) having corresponding angles equal and all corresponding sides in the same ratio
2. Maths (of two classes) equinumerous
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My friend," said the Person Similarly Afflicted, "here are five dollars.
Similarly that which was white becomes black, and that which was bad good, by a process of change; and in the same way in all other cases it is by changing that substances are capable of admitting contrary qualities.
Similarly dynamite may be exploded, thereby displaying its characteristic properties, or may (with due precautions) be carted about like any other mineral.
That which is, on its first occurrence, independent of prior experience; which tends to the well-being of the individual and the preservation of the race; which is similarly performed by all members of the same more or less restricted group of animals; and which may be subject to subsequent modification under the guidance of experience.
Similarly, children learning to talk make all sorts of sounds, until one day the right sound comes by accident.
The towering helmet of feathers that he wore raised him in height above all who surrounded him; and though some others were similarly adorned, the length and luxuriance of their plumes were inferior to his.
As they neared the entrance to the garden another woman, similarly guarded, approached them from another quarter of the great palace.
Similarly Power Supply will remain suspended from 132 KV Gadoon Amazai Grid Station from 9 AM to 12 pm, resultantly consumers of 11 KV Manai, Topi, GI K, Topi, Mix-2, Kalabat, Utla,Hayat steel, New Yousafzai, sino hydro-1,2, feeders will face inconvenience said a press release issued here on Sunday.
Similarly, as man as 2,793 bail applications and 280 bail cancellation petitions are pending in the court and other courts.
Similarly, in the United States, hunting activities generate >700,000 jobs (6).
Similarly, the financial services committees may begin exploring ways to cap executive compensation.
Similarly, Dell addresses the increased benefits of self-regulation of learning strategies among online adult learners.