Comparison

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Cheat Searching - Method
... Typically the desired address is isolated using a series of comparison tests since the player usually isn't aware of the address ... The player runs a comparison test ... Depending on how the value was changed, the player will run the corresponding comparison test ...
Streetprices
... StreetPrices was founded in October 1997, making it the third price comparison service website, behind PriceWatch (1995) and ComputerESP/uVision (1996) ... and was listed in the Consumer Reports Buying Guide every year in which they listed price comparison services by name ... StreetPrices offers comparison shopping with merchant ratings and tax/shipping calculation ...
Survivor Man - Reception
... knowledge of the series, specifically pointing out the parallel comparison between Michael and Jim's lives ... Like Fickett, Christine Fenno of Entertainment Weekly praised the episode's comparison between Michael and Jim ... the end." Dahl went on to praise the episode, stating that it was "lighter" in comparison to Carell's previous episode "Casino Night" ...
Liberation Fonts - Characteristics
... Comparison of initial release of Liberation fonts to the fonts with which they are designed to be metric compatible Comparison of Liberation Sans with Arial Comparison of Liberation Serif with Times New Roman ...
Comparison - Other
... Comparison microscope, a microscope for the side-by-side viewing of specimens Price comparison service, an Internet service Cross-cultural studies, which involve cross-cultural comparisons Compare A ...

Famous quotes containing the word comparison:

    The difference between human vision and the image perceived by the faceted eye of an insect may be compared with the difference between a half-tone block made with the very finest screen and the corresponding picture as represented by the very coarse screening used in common newspaper pictorial reproduction. The same comparison holds good between the way Gogol saw things and the way average readers and average writers see things.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    Certainly there is not the fight recorded in Concord history, at least, if in the history of America, that will bear a moment’s comparison with this, whether for the numbers engaged in it, or for the patriotism and heroism displayed.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    It is very important not to become hard. The artist must always have one skin too few in comparison to other people, so you feel the slightest wind.
    Shusha Guppy (b. 1938)