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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.