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22 Signs Of Good Husband
 
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1. He communicates with you. 2. He loves your good qualities. 3. He prioritizes family. 4. He keeps working to win your heart 5. He loves to spend time with you. 6. He is there for you when you need him, even if it’s inconvenient for him. 7. He’s trustworthy. 8. He asks for your advice 9. He makes you smile and laugh. 10. Common beliefs and values 11. He avoids pornography 12. He is willing to teach you what he knows. 13. He’s at a solid place in his life. 14. He’s non-judgmental. 15. He eats your cooking (even if it's awful) 16. He acknowledges his mistakes. 17. He protects and cares for you. 18. He makes you want to be a better person 19. You have the same idea of romance 20. Does your hobbies with you. 21. Loves kids. 22. Compromises for you.
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9 Difference Between Merger And Acquisition
 
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1. A merger occurs when two separate entities combine forces to create a new, joint organization.  2. When one company takes over another and clearly established itself as the new owner, the purchase is called an acquisition. 3. Formation of a new company MERGER: Yes Acquisition: No 4. Purpose MERGER: To decrease competition and increase operational efficiency. Acquisition: For Instantaneous growth 5. Mergers tend to mean job losses. 6. Legal Formalities Merger: More Acquisition: Less 7. Example of Merger: American Automaker, Chrysler Corp. merged with German Automaker, Daimler Benz to form DaimlerChrysler. 8. An example of a major acquisition is Manulife Financial Corporation's 2004 acquisition of John Hancock Financial Services Inc. 9. Size of Business Merger: Generally, the size of merging companies is more or less same. Acquisition: The size of the acquiring company will be more than the size of acquired company.
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5 Difference Between Knowledge and Wisdom
 
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1. Knowledge is the accumulation of facts and data that you have learned about or experienced. 2. Wisdom is the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting. 3. Knowledge is gained through learning facts.  Wisdom comes from observing experiences and learning from them in a way that affects future decisions and behavior. 4. Knowledge is measuring that a desert path is 12.4 miles long. Wisdom is packing enough water for the hike. 5. Knowledge Allows for change in response to new information or analyses. Seeks to always improve. Wisdom is timeless. Wisdom is "Who we are" vs. "What we do" Wisdom governs choice, pursuit of knowledge, communication and relationships.
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6 Difference Between Fiscal Policy And Monetary Policy
 
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1. Monetary policy involves changing the interest rate and influencing the money supply. 2. Fiscal policy involves the government changing tax rates and levels of government spending to influence aggregate demand in the economy. 3. Administered by Fiscal policy: Ministry of Finance Monetary policy: Central Bank 4. Focuses on Fiscal policy: Economic Growth Monetary policy: Economic Stability 5. Political influence Fiscal policy: Yes Monetary policy: No 6. Monetary policy is quicker to implement. Interest rates can be set every month. A decision to increase government spending may take time to decide where to spend the money.
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10 Difference Between Centrifugal Pump And Reciprocating Pump
 
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1. Centrifugal pumps: The discharge is continuous and smooth. Reciprocating Pumps: The discharging is fluctuating and pulsating. 2. Centrifugal pumps: It can handle large quantity of liquid. Reciprocating Pumps: It handles small quantity of liquid. 3. Centrifugal pumps: It is used for low viscous fluid. Reciprocating Pumps: It is used for high viscous fluid. 4. Centrifugal pumps: Efficiency of these pumps are low compare to reciprocating pump. Reciprocating Pumps: Efficiency is high. 5. Centrifugal pumps: It is less costly. Reciprocating Pumps: These are costly. 6. Centrifugal pumps: They are lighter than reciprocating pumps. Reciprocating Pumps: These are heavier compare to centrifugal pump. 7. Centrifugal pumps: These pumps required less maintenance. Reciprocating Pumps: These required higher maintenance. 8. Centrifugal pumps: It is mostly used for domestic purpose and where higher discharge at low head required. Reciprocating Pumps: These are mostly used in industries and high viscous fluid pumped at a high head.  9. Centrifugal pump have problem of priming. Reciprocating Pumps does not have any problem of priming. 10. Centrifugal pumps: It gives higher discharge at low heads. Reciprocating Pumps: These gives higher heads at low discharge.
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How Electric Motor Stamping Are Manufactured - Maruti Enterprise
 
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Call: 9978911229 Maruti Enterprise Bakrol Ahmedabad Electric motor stamping manufacturing process.
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10 Difference Between Authority And Power
 
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1. power is defined as the ability to influence somebody to do something that he/she would not have done. 2. Authority refers to a claim of legitimacy, the justification and right to exercise that power. 3. Authority is the right given to a manager to achieve the objectives of the organisation. 4. Power is the ability of a person or a group to influence the beliefs and actions of other people. 5. Resides with Power: Person Authority: Designation 6. Examples Of Power: Attack a person or a nation, teach a class, fix a car, buy an iPhone, etc 7. Example Of Authority: police and military commanders have the authority to command others, professors have the authority to teach, certified mechanics have the authority to repair cars, earning money grants the authority to buy an iPhone, etc. 8. Authority is always official in nature. So it is legitimate. Power need not be official in nature. So it need not be legitimate. 9. Authority is given to a position or post. The manager gets the authority only when he holds that position. Power resides (lives) in the person who uses it. 10. Political Power = the ability to shape and control a country's present and future legislative process, and it's implimentation. ex.) US corporation - power Political Authority = the “perceived” abilty to shape and control country's future legislative process, and it's implementation. ex.) US Congress - authority
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24 Tips For Anchoring An Event
 
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1. Gratitude is always the best place to begin. 2. Always start off with a Smile. 3. Dress appropriately, look good. 4. Being prepared is an act of love. And intelligence. 5. Connect with the audience. 6. A power start: It’s a good idea to start your opening speech with powerful, influencing words.  7. Know who you’re talking to.  8. Tell a personal story. 9. Words should be clear and distinct. 10. Never, ever admit to fatigue.  11. Take jibes on yourself rather than others. 12. Be very particular about your body language and expressions. Too much movement of your hands while speaking, or constantly shifting to and fro your position is to be avoided.  13. Stay in the lead as long as you’re on stage. 14. Go amid the audience: Yes! That would be an excellent way not only to connect with the audience but also you will make a mark for yourself.  15. Presence of mind: The anchor will need to cover up for the time lag and instantly come up with ideas to keep the audience engaged. 16. Believe that people are rooting for you. No one likes to see someone bomb. They really do want you to win.  17. Be short but effective. 18. Uniform eye contact: The anchor is the master of the stage. When you speak, you’re addressing each and everyone present before you. Do not look only into a particular direction, or towards a few selected people.  19. Take help of a person for proper coordination. 20. Innovation is welcome! Instead of a regular, typical flow of events, a twist in the tale never fails to win hearts.  Raps have taken centre stage at many events recently! You could even break into a song or dance, mimic a celebrity, the list is endless! 21. Always write up some backup lines in case there is someone new or uninvited. 22. Working with co-anchors: If you’re hosting with a partner, it is important to work together and agree on a script. 23. Stick to your guns in case of any Slip up or Fumble. 24. All’s well that ends well: A great show needs a great ending. As a traditional concluding speech, you thank the dignitaries first, and then the audience and wish them a pleasant day.
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How To Install PDF995 to Windows PC?
 
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1.Open http://www.pdf995.com/download.html 2.Download first two file as shown in video. 3.Extract file. 4.Install it.
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9 Difference Between Mechanical And Automobile Engineering
 
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1. Mechanical Engineering is the Father branch of Automobile Engineering. 2. Mechanical engineering is a division of Engineering that deals with the mechanics of physics and science to analyze, manufacture and design mechanical systems. 3. Automotive Engineering specifically deals with the construction and design of automobiles. 4. Mech Engg is an open field where u can get jobs in a number of sectors whereas Automobile Engg will fetch u jobs only in that sector. 5. In mechamical engineering you will learn every mechanical object or machines out there in the world.  In Automobile engineering you will learn Automobile IC engines, Vehicle Dynamics, Vehicle kinematics, etc. 6. Sub-branches: Mechanical Engineering: Power Plant Engineering Marine Engineering Aerospace Engineering Automobile Engineering: Construction and lightweight construction Automotive production Vehicle drives and acoustics 7. You can get your job more easily with degree of Mechanical engineer than Automobile engineer.  8. In mechanical engineering you can not specialise in one field but in automobile engineering, you specialise in the automobile sector.  9. Aims: Mechanical Engineering: Develop a project specification. To develop, test and evaluate theoretical designs. Automobile Engineering: To measure the fuel economy and emissions. To understand vehicle dynamics. New prototypes are designed by keeping these issues in mind.
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Difference Between Gsm and Cdma
 
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1. GSM is in use over 80% of the world’s mobile networks in over 210 countries as compared to CDMA. 2. CDMA stand for Code Division Multiple Access. Gsm stands for Global System for Mobile communication. 3. International roaming Less Accessible in cdma. International roaming Most Accessible in gsm. 4. Frequency band Cdma: Single (850 MHz) GSM: Multiple (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) 5. More security is provided in CDMA technology as compared with the GSM technology.  6. CDMA has faster data transfer rate as compared to GSM. 7. GSM phones emit about 28 times more radiation on average as compared to CDMA phones. 8. Storage Type: CDMA: Internal Memory GSM: SIM (subscriber identity module) Card
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14 Difference Between Training And Development
 
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1. Training is a learning process in which employees get an opportunity to develop skill, competency and knowledge as per the job requirement. 2. Development focuses on the long term. Human resource managers propose a strategy to put in place over several months or years, comprising a set of initiatives that are expected to bear fruit over a long period of time.  3. Training is usually a short term process. 4. Training focuses on the role. Development focuses on the person. 5. A prominent difference between training and development is that training is concerned with acquisition of new skills, whereas development means adding value to one’s existential skill-set. 6. Focus on TRAINING Present DEVELOPMENT Future 7.  If training focuses on a job position, development puts the emphasis on building a successful professional career. 8. The Purpose of Training: To provide the ability to undertake a task or job To improve productivity and workforce flexibility 9. The Purpose of Development: Better knowledge Changing attitudes Increased capability and skills 10. Training programs are group focused. Development activities tends to be more of a personalized experience. 11. Training is time bound. Development is unending. 12. Training is conducted as and when needed. Development happens inadvertently and doesn’t need to be conducted. 13. Motivation Training: Trainer DEVELOPMENT Self 14. Training: Acquisition of new skills Development: Harnessing the existing skills
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12 Difference Between Software and Hardware
 
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Difference Between Software and Hardware: 1. Physical parts of the computer are called hardware. A set of instructions given to the computer is called software. 2. User cannot make new duplicate copies of the hardware. User can make many new duplicate copies of the software. 3. You can touch, see and feel hardware. You cannot touch and feel software. 4. Hardware cannot be transferred from one place to another electronically through network. Software can be transferred from one lace to another electronically through network. 5. Hardware is constructed using physical materials or components. Software is developed by writing instructions in programming language. 6. Hardware is not affected by computer viruses. Software is affected by computer viruses. 7. Computer is hardware, which operates under the control of a software. The operations of computer are controlled through software. 8. If hardware is damaged, it is replaced with new one. If software is damaged or corrupted, its backup copy can be reinstalled. 9. Examples of hardware includes: CD-ROM, RAM, monitor, printer, GPU, scanners, modems, etc. Examples of software are: QuickBooks, Internet Explorer, MS Office, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Media Players, etc. 10. Types Of Hardware: Input, storage, processing,control, and output devices. Types Of Software: System software, Programming software, and Application software. 11. Hardware wears out over time. Software does not wear out over time. However, bugs are discovered in software as time passes. 12. Hardware failure is random. Hardware does have increasing failure at the last stage. Software failure is systematic. Software does not have an increasing failure rate.
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14 Difference Between Leadership and Management
 
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1. The main difference between leaders and managers is that leaders have people follow them while managers have people who work for them. 2. The manager administers; the leader innovates. 3. Leaders create a vision, managers create goals. 4. The manager is a copy; the leader is an original. 5. Leaders are change agents, managers maintain the status quo. 6. The manager focuses on systems and structure; the leader focuses on people. 7. Leaders take risks, managers control risk . 8. The manager relies on control; the leader inspires trust. 9. Leaders are in it for the long haul, managers think short-term. 10. The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why. 11. Leaders create fans, managers have employees. 12. The manager is the classic good soldier; the leader is his or her own person. 13. Leaders build relationships, managers build systems and processes. 14. The manager does things right; the leader does the right thing.
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11 Difference Between World Bank And Imf
 
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1. The IMF exists primarily to stabilize exchange rates, while the World Bank’s goal is to reduce poverty.  2. Focus on: IMF: Economic Stability WORLD BANK: Economic Growth 3. Size: IMF: 2300 staff members WORLD BANK: 7000 staff members 4. The Bank is primarily a development institution; the IMF is a cooperative institution that seeks to maintain an orderly system of payments and receipts between nations. 5. The World Bank has one central purpose: to promote economic and social progress in developing countries by helping to raise productivity so that their people may live a better and fuller life. 6. You go to the World Bank when you want to build a dam or power plant or a road. You go to the IMF when you are so fucked up that your currency is dropping like crazy.  7. World Bank is a bank. Meaning it borrows money from investors around the world and then lends to the poor governments that are building projects that help them out of poverty. 8. The International Monetary Fund promotes monetary cooperation internationally and offers advice and assistance to facilitate building and maintaining a country’s economy. 9. Organizational Structure IMF: It is a single organization with four credit lines. World Bank: It has two major institutions, namely International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) and the International Development Association (IDA). 10. Membership: IMF: 188 countries World Bank: IBRD - 188 countries IDA - 172 countries 11. IMF draws its financial resources principally from the quota subscriptions of its member countries. World bank acquires most of its financial resources by borrowing on the international bond market.
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Best 10  Tourist Places In Chennai
 
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1. Marina Beach 2. Kapaleeswarar temple 3. Vandalur Zoo 4. Elliot's Beach 5. Fort St. George 6. San Thome Basilica 7. Guindy National Park 8. Vadapalani Murugan Temple 9. Vivekanandar Illam 10. Birla Planetarium 11. Spencer Plaza 12. Phoenix Market City
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9 Difference Between Wifi and Wimax
 
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1. The range in WiFi is around several hundred feet. 2. the range for WiMAX is up to 40 miles. 3. Wi-Fi is based on IEEE 802.11 standard whereas WiMAX is based on IEEE 802.16. However, both are IEEE standards. 4. Wi-Fi typically provides local network access with the speed of up to 54 Mbps. 5. WiMAX antenna is with the speed of 70 Mbps or more. 6. Wi-Fi was officially launched in the year 1997 where as WiMAX came to the picture in the year 2004. 7. Wi-Fi networks have a channel bandwidth of 20MHz, whereas WiMAX networks have a flexible bandwidth option which ranges from 1.25MHz to 20MHz. 8. Wi-Fi is intended for LAN applications, users scale from one to tens with one subscriber for each CPE device. WiMAX is designed to efficiently support from one to hundreds of Consumer premises equipments (CPE)s, with unlimited subscribers behind each CPE.  9. Wi-Fi does not guarantee any QoS but WiMax will provide your several level of QoS.
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Difference Between Be and Btech
 
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1. BE is knowledge oriented.B Tech is skill oriented. 2. B.Tech course is somewhat more practically intensive than the BE course which is more theoretical. 3. BE or B Eng is a Bachelor degree for Engineering (Engineer) B Tech is for Bachelor of Technology (Technician)  4. A course in Bachelor of Engineering deals more at the engineering aspects of science while a course in Bachelor of Technology deals with the technology aspects. 5. An engineer is the one who invents, a technologist is the one who innovates. 6. B. E. emphasize on In depth Facts. Whereas B.Tech. Emphasize on Practical exposure of Conceptual Knowledge.But Syllabus of both is Equal.
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8 Difference Between Bank And Nbfc
 
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1. NBFC cannot accept demand deposits. 2. NBFC cannot issue Demand Drafts like banks. 3. Foreign Investment NBFC: Allowed up to 100% Bank: Allowed up to 74% for private sector banks. 4. Maintenance of Reserve Ratios NBFC: Not required Bank: Compulsory 5. While banks are incorporated under banking companies act, NBFC is incorporated under company act of 1956. 6. The deposits with NBFCs are not insured. 7. NBFCs do not form part of the payment and settlement system and cannot issue cheques drawn on itself. 8. Banks are termed as creators of credit through money multiplier activity whereas NBFCs are not.
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Top 5 Five Star Hotels In Sri Lanka
 
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1. TAJ SAMUDRA 2. The Galle Face Hotel 3. CINNAMON LAKESIDE 4. Mövenpick Hotel Colombo 5. HILTON COLOMBO
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7 Difference Between Soap and detergent
 
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1. The fundamental difference between soaps and detergents is that soaps are produced from natural ingredients, while detergents are made from synthetic sources. 2. Soap are made from fat and alkali by specification method. Detergents are carbonic compounds which are not alkaline. 3. An example of a soap is potassium palmitate: CH₃(CH₂)₁₄-COO⁻ K⁺ An example of a detergent is sodium lauryl sulfate: CH₃(CH₂)₁₂-OS(O)₂-O⁻ Na⁺. 4. Soaps are biodegradable and do not create pollution in our rivers and streams. 5. One advantage of detergents is that they are much more powerful than soaps, and it takes a small quantity to wash large volumes of clothing. 6. Soaps don't produce lather with hard water and are not able to clean the cloth. Detergents clean the cloth even in hard water. 7. Lot of water is needed to remove soap from the cloth. Detergents are removed very easily so less quantity of water is needed.
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10 Difference Between Volkswagen Jetta And Passat
 
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1. The Jetta is a compact sedan and the Passat is a midsized sedan. 2. Exterior: The Passat is around 9 inches longer than the Jetta. 3. 2017 Passat: From $22,440 2017 Jetta: From $17,895 4. Engine: 2017 Passat: 1.8-liter turbocharged Inline 4 2017 Jetta: 1.4-liter turbocharged Inline 4 5. Interior: Passat offers a little more interior room in every measurable dimension, along with considerably more space for cargo in its larger trunk. 6. Horsepower/Torque: 2017 Passat: 170/184 2017 Jetta: 150/184 7. Fuel Economy: 2017 Passat: 23 miles per gallon city/34 highway 2017 Jetta: 28 miles per gallon city/40 highway 8. Safety: In National Highway Traffic Safety Administration crash testing, both the Passat and the Jetta earned a perfect 5-star overall score. 9. The Jetta's main benefit is its lower base price and slightly better fuel economy numbers, while the Passat's primary selling point is a bigger cabin, more available power and a larger trunk. 10. The Passat and Jetta both feel very similar on the road. They both feel comfortable and simple, but hardly sharp or sporty around corners.
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19 Pro And Cons Of Hp Envy 4520 Printer
 
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Pros: 1. Automatic duplexer. Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct.  2. Small, compact and wireless. 3. Print photos that go edge-to-edge without a white border. 4. Prints through the cloud. Fast, high-quality photo printing in testing. 5. HP Envy 4520 printer that can print, scan and copy. 6. It can print automatically on both sides of the paper. 7. Low purchase price and excellent print quality. 9. It supports Apple Airprint and Google cloud Print. 10. Easy to set up and use. Cons: 1. No Ethernet or fax. 2. Memory card reader slot is not available in this printer. 3. No Automatic document feeder. 4. Slow for business applications and low-quality text. 5. Can’t create CD/DVD labels. 6. No Individual color tanks. 7. NO  LCD viewer. 8. Very slow to print. 9. Small input/output trays.
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9 Difference Between Fact And Opinion
 
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1. A fact is a piece of information that can be strictly defined and proved true.  2. An opinion is a statement that expresses a belief, value, or feeling. An opinion cannot be proved true or false. 3. Example Of Fact: With fewer cars on the road, there would be less air pollution and traffic noise; therefore, the use of mass transportation should be encouraged. 4. Example Of Opinion: Do you like looking at a smoggy view from a congested highway? How do you feel about fighting road hugs and bumper to bumper traffic everyday? Mass transportation is the solution to all these problems. 5. Opinion is only a subjective statement and Fact is objective reality. 6. Opinion can only be an emotional outburst of an individual or merely an interpretation. 7. The fact is what all believe to be true, while the opinion is believed to be true only by those who state it. 8. The fact is what exists and opinion is just only an opinion and nothing else. 9. Opinion is only just a thought or speculation and it can lead to controversies. It may tend to dispel the truth whereas a fact is only truth and truth itself.
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7 Disadvantages Of Technology
 
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1. Job loss – replacing humans 2. The more advanced society becomes technologically, the more people begin to depend on computers and other forms of technology for everyday existence.  3. Access To Inappropriate Content 4.  A Disconnected Youth 5. You spend more time sitting alone in front of a computer than out in the community. 6. World destruction weapons – increasing endless wars; 7. Competency – increased dependency on modern tools that reduces our creativity and intelligence.
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Difference Between Dd and Cheque
 
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1. A cheque is issued by an individual, whereas a demand draft is issued by a bank. 2. Cheque and Demand drafts (DD) are both negotiable instruments. Both are mechanisms used to make payments. 3. Dishonour Cheque: Yes, due to insufficient balance or other similar reasons. Demand drafts: No 4. A cheque is drawn by an account holder of a bank, whereas a draft is drawn by one branch of a bank on another branch of the same bank. 5. Payment of cheque can be stopped by drawee, whereas payment cannot be stopped in DD. 6. Three Parties involved in Cheque: Drawer, Drawee, Payee. Two Parties involved in demand draft: Drawer, Payee. 7. A cheque can be paid to bearer or order. While, DD is paid to person on order. 8. The Demand Draft is a pre-paid Negotiable Instrument, wherein the drawee bank acts as guarantor to make payment in full when the instrument is presented.
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How To Change Default Search Engine In Internet Explorer?
 
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1. Open internet explorer. 2.Click on tools. 3.Click on internet option. 4.Click on programs. 5.Click on manage add-ons. 6.Click on search provider. 7.Select google. 8.Click on set as default. 9.Clode internet explorer. 10. Open it. Default search engine in internet explorer is changed.
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11 Difference Between Finance And Accounting
 
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1. Students in Finance are preparing for careers in areas such as Financial Planning, Corporate or Public Finance. 2. Students in accounting are preparing to enter careers which will lead them into public accounting, private accounting, or governmental organizations. 3. Accounting is the art of the recording and reporting financial transactions.  4. Those who work in the financial department of a business are concerned with planning the distribution of the business’ assets. 5. Accounting can be broadly defined as the preparation, evaluation and management of financial records. 6. Finance is best described as the study and management of investments. 7. If you want to exercise high-level control over a company’s strategy, finance could be for you.  8. If you want to take a detailed look at a company’s books you’re probably more interested in accounting. 9. Accounting is part of finance, and that finance has a much broader scope than accounting. 10. Finance is the study of money and capital markets. 11.  Finance revolves around planning future financial transactions while Accounting revolves around reporting past financial transactions.
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11 Difference Between Honda Odyssey And Toyota Sienna
 
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1. Horse power: Honda Odyssey: 280 hp Toyota Sienna: 296 hp 2. COMFORT AND VERSATILITY: The Odyssey is as comfortable as the Sienna, but its ride is notably crisper, so if a soft cruiser is your thing, then the Odyssey might be a bad choice. 3. Number of Transmission Speeds: Honda Odyssey EX-L: 6 Toyota Sienna XLE: 8 4. Fuel Economy: 2018 Honda Odyssey: 19 MPG City/ 28 MPG HWY 2018 Toyota Sienna: 19 MPG City/ 27 MPG HWY 5. The 2018 Odyssey provides more available cargo space at 158 cubic feet while the 2018 Toyota Sienna only has 150 cubic feet.  6. Front Knee Airbags: Toyota Sienna XLE: Standard Honda Odyssey EX-L: Not Available 7. The 2018 Honda Odyssey offers more options and standard equipment than the 2018 Toyota Sienna 8. SAFETY: The Sienna is a little behind the on this score. 9. DESIGN: No one will call the Sienna exciting. It's a somewhat shapely rectangle with sliding door, a sloping front, and four wheels at the corners. 10.  The Odyssey is better engineered, and it does have a fine reliability record. 11. Odyssey $29,990 Starting MSRP 2018 Sienna: $30,750 starting msrp
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10 Advantages Of Village Life
 
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1. In villages the environment is peaceful. Villagers live a simple life. 2. Natural place. 3. In village we can see clean oxygen, pure drinking water, ever green forest, mountains, etc. 4. The din and bustle, the hurry and the scurry of town life are absent here. 5. People living in villages are more healthier, active, and simpler in habits than the the people living in towns. 6. The peoples of the village are not living the luxury life like the city people but they are very happy from that. They can manage him in small piece of the food and the cloths. 7. In the village we can also get good environment among the peoples, peoples are very helpful, and they help each other each and every times if there is a need. 8. Children can play in the open fields, swim in the river or ponds and climb trees. 9. The quiet and peace of village life give opportunities for thought, study, and mental development, which are impossible in town life. 10. The people of the village used to prefer the plain food means they do not eat the junk foods.
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11 Difference Between Data And Information
 
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1. Data can be any character, text, words, number, pictures, sound, or video and, if not put into context, means little or nothing to a human. 2. When data is processed, organized, structured or presented in a given context so as to make it useful, it is called information. 3. Significance: Data: Data by itself alone is not significant. Information: Information is significant by itself. 4. What is it? Data: It is just text and numbers. Information: It is refined data. 5. Data is used as input for the computer system. Information is the output of data. 6. "Data" comes from a singular Latin word, datum, which originally meant "something given.“ "Information" is an older word that dates back to the 1300s and has Old French and Middle English origins. It has always referred to "the act of informing, " usually in regard to education, instruction, or other knowledge communication. 7. Based on Data: Records and Observations Information: Analysis 8. Represented in Data: A structure, such as tabular data, data tree, a data graph, etc. Information: Language, ideas, and thoughts based on the data 9. Form: Data: Unorganized Information: Organized 10. Dependency Data: Does not depend on information. Information: Without data, information cannot be processed. 11. Useful: Data: May or may not be useful. Information: Always
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19 Sign Of Good Wife
 
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1. She’s trustworthy and loyal. 2.  She’s Dependable. 3. Supportive. 4. She’s emotionally stable. 5. The two of you have great communication. 6. Realistic 7. Nurturing 8. The Way to a Man’s Heart is through his Stomach. 9. You can laugh together. 10. Maturity 11. She’s good in bed. 12. She’s thankful. 13. She's sweet. 14. You think she's hot and sexy. 15. Everyone likes her. 16. She’s not a shopaholic. 17. She’s not a psycho. 18. She respects your family and friends. 19. She lets you have space.
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13 Difference Between Earthing And Grounding
 
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1. Earthing is more commonly used in Britain, European and most of the commonwealth countries standards (IEC, IS). 2. Grounding is the word used in North American standards (NEC, IEEE, ANSI, UL). 3. Earth or Ground is for safety concerns against leakage or residual currents on the system via least resistance path. 4. The purpose of earthing is to minimize the risk of receiving an electric shock if touching metal parts when a fault is present. Generally green wire is used for this as a nomenclature. 5. Earthing is to ensure safety or Protection of electrical equipment and Human by discharging the electrical energy to the earth. 6. Grounding means connecting the live part (it means the part which carries current under normal condition) to the earth for example neutral of power transformer. 7. Ground is May or May not be earthed. 8. Generally Black wire is used for grounding as a nomenclature. 9. Ground is a source for unwanted currents and also as a return path for main current some times. While earthing is done not for return path but only for protection of delicate equipments. 10. Grounding is done to balance unbalanced load. While earthing is used between the equipment and earth pit so as to avoid electrical shock and equipment damage. 11. Earthing is to protect the circuit elements whenever high voltage is passed by thunders or by any other sources while Grounding is the common point in the circuit to maintain the voltage levels. 12. Earth is used for the safety of the human body in fault conditions while Grounding (As neutral earth) is used for the protection of equipment. 13. If a neutral point of a generator or transformer is connected to zero potential then it is known as grounding. At the same time if the body of the transformer or generator is connected to zero potential then it is known as earthing.
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17 Difference Between Dating and Relationship
 
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1. The main difference is in commitment. If two people aren't committed to each other, they're dating. If they're committed to each other and/or the relationship, it's a relationship. 2. Casual dating can mean friends with benefits. 3. You don't miss your partner so much in dating. While in relationship you feel empty without your partner. 4. When you are in a relationship, it is likely to discuss on topics like marriage, kids, getting settled, family etc. 5. Dating is about you trying to impress your partner with your known traits.Relationship is about you become impressed by your partner's (yet) unknown traits. 6. In Dating , there’s more than one person. 7. In Dating May or may not include sex. 8. Dating can be defined as an emerging relationship between two individuals. 9. Dating means spending good time together but relation requires holding hand firmly even in worst situation. 10. In Dating, may see each other occasionally, or even a little more. 11. Dating - exploring and contemplatingRelationship - choice is made and you move forward. 12. Dating leads to relationship. You can date multiple people but you make relation with exclusive one. 13. In Relationship you’re just sleeping with each other.  14. In relationship, Both parties see a potential future together. 15. When there is no commitment then there are no expectations at all. When two individuals are dating each other then they do not expect anything from their dating partners but with time as the bond between them grows stronger, the expectations from each other also increases. 16. In relationship, You know each others’ friends. 17. In relationship, they have a strong emotional connection.
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17 Advantages And Disadvantages Of Shopping Malls
 
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Advantages: 1. Availability of parking 2. One-Stop Shopping and Entertainment Center 3. There are multiple people to meet. 4. You can try on/test out before buying 5. They can go to the cinema all together. 6. There is food. 7. We find everything needed at one stop. 8. We do not always have to spend our money.  9. Shopping malls offer their customers many special discounts, deals and coupons. 10. Beat the weather and still shop.  11. We get to dress up just because. Almost everyone dresses up to go to the mall. 12. There is always a place to sit down.  Disadvantages: 1. Shopping malls are a waste of resources 2. Senior citizens with mobility problems may have difficulty in traversing the mall. 3. Another problem is influent to small shop in that areas . 4. Excessive crowding, especially on weekends and holidays. 5. Electricity consumption is more in mall.
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7 Difference Between Dealer & Distributor
 
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1. A person or a business organization who is engaged in buying and selling of a particular kind of goods is known Dealer. A person or business organization who is involved in supplying goods to dealers and other businesses is known as Distributor. 2. A distributorship normally costs more than a dealership and requires leadership capability and a better knowledge of basic business skills. 3. Dealers buy products for their own account and sell them to the customers from their own stock. Distributors buy products directly from the company and sell them to various vendors who take them to the market. 4. For Dealer Serving area is limited. For Distributor Serving area is large. 5. A dealer is the link between distributor and consumer. A distributor is the link between manufacturer and dealer. 6. Dealers face a lot of competition. Distributors do not face any competition.
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How To Enable Desktop Notification For Gmail?
 
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1. Login to gmail. 2. Click on setting. 3. In desktop notification, select new mail notification on. 4. Click on save changes. 5. Click on click here to enable desktop notification. 6. Click on allow.
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8 Difference Between Hyundai Elantra Se And Sel
 
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1. The SE is the least expensive 2017 Hyundai Elantra with a starting MSRP of $16,950. 2. Starting MSRP: SEL: $18,850 3. What really makes the SEL better than the SE is the addition of safety features. These include a Blind Spot Detection system with Rear Cross Traffic Alerts and Lane Change Assist. 4. City/Highway/Combined (automatic transmission) SE: 29 / 38 / 33 SEL: 28 / 37 / 32 5. Engine: Hyundai Elantra Se: Horsepower 147 at 6200 SEL: 147 at 6200 rpm 6. SE’s standard transmission is a 6-speed manual. Drivers can upgrade to an automatic for an extra $1,000. 7. 3.5-inch TFT monochromatic cluster display: Elantra Se: NA SEL: Standard 8. What the SE lacks, the SEL provides. The first thing drivers will notice is a seven-inch display that includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capabilities.
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7 Difference Between Bid And Ask Price
 
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1.  The bid and ask are the best potential prices that buyers and sellers are willing to transact at. 2. The bid for the buying side, and the ask for the selling side. 3. The bid price represents the maximum price that a buyer or buyers are willing to pay for a security.  4. The ask price represents the minimum price that a seller or sellers are willing to receive for the security. 5. Bid-ask spreads can vary widely depending on the security and the market.  6. The blue-chips that constitute the Dow Jones Industrial Average may have a bid-ask spread of a few cents, while a small-cap stock may have a bid-ask spread of 50 cents or more. 7. The bid-ask spread can widen dramatically during periods of illiquidity or market turmoil.
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Difference Between Goods and service
 
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1. service is an intangible process that cannot be weighed or measured. Good is a tangible output of a process that has physical dimensions.  2. When buying a service, the service ownership is not transferred to the end customer. Good ownership is transferred to the end customer. 3. Evaluation of good is simple and easy. Evaluation of service is Complicated. 4. In services involvement of customers is much more than in products. 5. In case of products, mass manufacturing is common. And mass manufacturing means uniformity. However, services involve a lot of manual labour due to which the quality may vary each time. 6. Goods can be returned. Services cannot be returned back once they are provided. 7. Goods can be stored for use in future or multiple use. Services cannot be stored. 8. Production and consumption of services happens at the same time. There is a time lag between production and consumption of goods.
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11 Difference Between Goal And Dream
 
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1. Dreams are about the destination, not the journey. 2. Goals are something you are acting on. Dreams are something you are just thinking about. 3. A Dream = Some Future Outcome. A Goal = Some Future Action 4. Dreams = Vision. Big picture. Ideas. Goals = Planning. Action plans. Systems. Processes. Metrics. 5. Goals have deadlines. Dreams are just, well, dreams. 6. Goals produce results. Dreams don’t.  7. Dreams are imaginary. Goals are based in reality. 8. Goals are your construction team. They are the workers that help transform your dreams into reality. 9. Dreams can inspire you. Goals can change your life.  10. Goals require hard work. Dreams just require your imagination. 11. Goals must have focus. Dreams don’t.
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17 Difference Between Capitalism And Socialism
 
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1. In a capitalist economy, property, and businesses are owned and controlled by individuals. In a socialist economy, the state owns and controls the major means of production. 2. Under capitalism, companies live by the profit motive. They exist to make money. 3. Socialist systems emphasize equal distribution of wealth among the people. 4. In a pure socialist economy, there is no free market like we see in a capitalist nation. 5. A capitalist system is also called a free market economy or free enterprise. 6. The capitalist argument is that the profit incentive drives corporations to develop innovative new products that are wanted by the consumer and have demand in the marketplace. 7. In a capitalist economy, the state does not directly employ the workforce. This can lead to unemployment during times of economic recession.  8. The modern world economy operates largely according to the principles of capitalism. The UK, US, and Hong Kong are mostly capitalist. 9. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR): although the actual categorization of the USSR's economic system is in dispute, it is often considered to be a form of centrally-planned socialism. 10. Capitalism affords economic freedom, consumer choice, and economic growth.  Socialism provides for a greater social welfare and decreases business fluctuations. 11. An economy based on capitalism is invariably going to experience growth and decline. 12. Social Structure: Capitalism: The capitalists own shares of the means of production and derive their income in that way while the working class is dependent on wages or salaries.  Socialism: Class distinctions are diminished. Status derived more from political distinctions than class distinctions.  13. Religion Capitalism: Freedom of religion. Socialism: Freedom of religion, but usually promotes secularism. 14, Prices: Capitalism: Determined by the market forces Socialism: Determined by the Government 16. Competition: Capitalism: Very High Socialism: No competition exists between firms. 17. Government Interference Capitalism: No or marginal Socialism: Government decides everything.
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9 Difference Between Hearing And Listening
 
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1. Hearing is simply the act of perceiving sound by the ear. 2. Hearing is through ears, but listening is through the mind. 3. listening is when you receive the sound waves and understand it by paying full attention to the words and sentences of the speaker. 4. Process Hearing: Passive bodily process Listening Active mental process 5. Hearing does not need focus. Listening needs focus and care. 6. Hearing uses only one of the five senses. Listening uses hearing, seeing and sometimes the sense of touch. 7. Act Hearing: Physiological Listening: Psychological 8. Process Hearing: Passive bodily process Listening: Active mental process 9. Concentration Hearing: Not required Listening: Required
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12 Difference Between Lenovo Thinkpad And Ideapad Laptop
 
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1. ThinkPads are business-based laptop computers; IdeaPads are consumer-based laptop computers. 2. The ThinkPad is originally a product of IBM until Lenovo acquired it. 3. ThinkPad is the only laptop which has been used in space and is certified and approved for usage in the International Space Station. 4. The laptop chassis of the ThinkPad range tend to be bulkier and heavier, no compromise is made in regard to the safety and security of the laptop. 5. IdeaPads are different from ThinkPads in features like: widescreen touch controls, Dolby speaker systems, frameless screens, VeriFace facial recognition system, a glossy screen, and the absence of the Trackpoint in IdeaPads. 6. Ideapads are oriented more towards multimedia consumption, which, the ThinkPads are very much not. 7. Thinkpad has way better battery, and is more endurable. Ideapad is cheaper and more affordable. It is good for media and web surfing. 8. The major differences will be the security, connectivity and docking station options that are available for ThinkPads and not for IdeaPads. 9.  The Ideapad is the Lenovo for the masses. If you're a businessperson, or if you're simply interested in a product which values high durability and build quality over everything else, the Thinkpad is more appealing. 10. If you are only going to watch movies and play games, get an IdeaPad. They cost less for the same price and performance, but will lack advanced security and safeguard options. 11. The Thinkpad is full of simple matte black designs and has been forever.  The Ideapad products are colorful, shiny, and attractive. 12. Thinkpads are also known for the trackpoint, a small red dot in the middle of the keyboard which operates the mouse cursor.
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6 Difference Between Mortgage Loan And Home Loan
 
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1. Home loans are essentially loans given by the bank for the purpose of acquiring a home or a residential property. 2. Mortgage loans are loans in which the loan applicant is supposed to give a property or any security as mortgage. 3. A home loan is given for the restricted end use of purchase of a property. 4. Interest rate on Home Loan are much lower than mortgage loans. 5. The mortgage can be land or assets like gold, securities, insurance etc. 6. Home loan is a type of mortgage loan.
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How To Get admission Into Mit International Student
 
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1. Take the tests. You have two options and MIT shows no preference for either one. Take the test with which you are the most comfortable. The SAT or the ACT and 2 SAT subject tests: one in math and one in science. The TOEFL as well as 2 SAT subject tests: one in math and one in science. The second is recommended for students with lower English-speaking skills. MIT offers no ESL courses; therefore, a TOEFL score of 600+ and 100+ is recommended for the Paper Based Test and the Internet Based Test, respectively.  2. As a foreign student, your chances of getting into MIT are 1%–2% of all applicants. 3. Top colleges are looking for excellence in many areas, such as academics, extra curricular, or sports, contribution to society, project work in your area of interest, exceptional essays which show a depth of character, creativity, organisation. 4. Complete the application. Log onto MIT's website to start the process. You will create an online profile and go from there.In early September, start your application. December 10th is the deadline to contact your interviewer; January 1st is the deadline to apply. In late March, decisions will be released. 5. high SAT/ACT scores Required. 6. Submit a strong application. This consists of a biographical information form, evaluation letters, essays, transcripts, activities form and tests form. The application packet can be downloaded on their website. 7. Meet the deadlines. 8. Almost all international students admitted to MIT have earned some form of regional, national or international distinction in areas from leadership, music and art, to scientific research, academic competition and athletics. 9. Every year more than 4,000 international students apply to MIT, and they can admit fewer than 150.  10. I think the most important thing, the one that can distinguish you from the crowd is your research potential (if you have, of course, top grades, GRE, etc). 11. math/physics/specific talents would be much much much harder since it relies on raw talent. You have to be talented enough for them to want you (being good, passionate and the likes are not enough here). 12. you have to show them that you are a Special and Precious Flower, Unique Among Your Peers. (Of course if you don't have good grades and test scores, you have no chance!)
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7 Difference Between Air And Wind
 
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1. The gaseous mixture in our atmosphere is called air. Wind is the flow or the movement of air. 2. Wind is the horizontal motion of air, due to the pressure difference between two places.  3. Air includes oxygen, which we breathe and carbon dioxide. 4. Air moves from the higher to the lower pressure area. 5. Wind (fast in action) can be felt as it touches our body but air (surrounding us everywhere) can not be felt as it is idle. 6. Wind can move a thing from one place to another but air can not. 7. We measure the pressure of air but when it comes to wind, you measure the speed and not the pressure.
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11 Difference Between Ford Flex And Explorer
 
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1. Fuel Economy: 2018 Ford Explorer AWD: 22 MPG Highway City MPG:16 - 19 2018 Ford Flex LIMITED: 23 MPG Highway City MPG: 15 - 16 2. Engine(s): 2018 FORD EXPLORER: Inline-4, V-6 FORD FLEX: V-6 3. Legroom (front/middle/rear) Ford Explorer Base FWD: 42.9/39.5/32 inches Ford Flex SE FWD: 40.8/44.3/33.3 inches 4. The Explorer is slightly more efficient and pumps out more horsepower than the Flex. 6. When it comes to inner dimensions, both the Ford Flex and the Ford Explorer offer standard seating for seven passengers.   In terms of maximum passenger space and cargo capacity, the Flex slightly surpasses the Explorer. 7. Cargo Volume: 2018 Ford Explorer AWD 21 cu ft 2018 Ford Flex LIMITED 20 cu ft 8. The Flex delivers 155.8 cubic feet of passenger volume, compared to 151.5 cubic feet onboard the Explorer. 9. Maximum Towing Capacity: 2018 Ford Explorer AWD: 5,000 lbs 2018 Ford Flex LIMITED: 4,500 lbs 10. Heated Exterior Mirrors 2017 Ford Flex SE FWD: Standard 2017 Ford Explorer Base FWD: Not available 11. Wheelbase: 2018 Ford Explorer AWD: 112.8 in 2018 Ford Flex LIMITED: 117.9 in
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How To Calculate Gold Price By Carat- 22. 20, 18
 
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How To Calculate Gold Price by karat? 1. 24 karat = 99.99 % 2. 22 karat = 22/24= 0.9166 % 3. 23 carat = 23/24 = 0.9583% 4. 20 carat = 20/24 = 0.833 % If Gold price is Rs2600 Per Gram 10 Gram 24 carat= 10 * 2600= Rs 26000 10 Gram of 22 karat = 10*2600* 0.9166= Rs 23831 10 Gram of 20 karat = 10 *2600* 0.833 = Rs 21658
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11 Difference Between Debit Card and Credit card In Points
 
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1. Debit cards are used to pay for goods in shops and to withdraw money at cash machines. The money is automatically taken from your current account when you spend it, so you must have enough money in your account or an agreed overdraft to cover the transaction.  2. Credit Cards offer a line of credit (i.e., a loan) that is interest-free if the monthly credit card bill is paid on time. 3. A credit card isn't linked to your current account. 4. Monthly Bills: Credit Card - Yes Debit Card - No 5. Spending Limit: Credit Card: The credit limit set by the credit issuer. Limits increase or stay the same over time as a borrower's creditworthiness changes. Debit Card: However much is in the bank account connected to the card. 6. Credit Card: Responsible credit card usage and payment can improve one's credit rating. Debit Card: Does not affect credit history. 7. It is better to use your debit card whenever possible, because it will prevent you from accidentally falling into the credit card trap. 8. Most debit cards are free with a checking account at a bank or credit union. They can also be used to conveniently withdraw cash from ATMs. Credit cards have the advantage of rewards programs but such cards often require an annual fee to use. 9. Credit cards still offer much greater protection in most cases for those whose cards are lost or stolen. As long as the customer reports the loss or theft in a timely manner, his/her maximum liability for purchases made after the card disappeared is $50. The Electronic Funds Transfer Act gives debit card customers the same protection from loss or theft – but only if the customer reports it within 48 hours of discovery. After 48 hours, the customer’s liability rises to $500; after 60 days there is no limit. 10. Unlike with debit cards, credit card users can reap cash, discounts, travel points and many other perks by using rewards cards. Smart consumers who can pay off their cards in full on time every month can profit substantially by running their monthly purchases and bills through them.
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