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English citations of identical
- 1788, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, The Federalist, Number XLI
- The terms of Article 8th are still more identical.
- 1917, Frederick Adams Woods, "Significant Evidence for Mental Heredity", in The Journal of Heredity, vol VIII, no. 3, page 109
- As far as we can see, home environment for the "identical" twins is no more identical than for the "fraternal" twins.
1975, Anthony Sampson, The Seven Sisters: The Great Oil Companies and the World They Made, page 59:
- It was not just that the product, as far as any consumer could detect, was identical — much more identical than cars or soaps.
- 1992, Lee Hardy, Lester Embree, Phenomenology of Natural Science,
- Firstly, a laboratory phenomenon (such as a positron) is no more identical with its theoretical model than is Bach's B-Minor Mass identical with its score.
1999, Natalie Angier, Woman: An Intimate Geography, page 24:
- On an interesting side note, male identical twins are more identical than female twins, again as a result of X inactivation.