comparable pair

comparable pair

[¦käm·prə·bəl ′per]
(mathematics)
A pair of elements, x and y, of a partially ordered set such that either xy or yx.
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1) In particular, I estimated that two countries sharing a common currency will trade over three times as much as an otherwise comparable pair of countries, holding other things equal.
Is it significant that a comparable pair of figures appears a century later in a legal manuscript (plate 47) and in a manuscript from Battle Abbey that appears to contain diplomatic texts (plate 44)?
Yet a comparable pair at nearby Specsavers cost just pounds 29.