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Thanks to his alikeness, Khan quickly took social media by storm in Pakistan, and has now even got a taste of stardom by starring in his first ad.
Much to their amusement, they found alikeness in the writ form of April fool japes and baleful fake stories.
To engage in this activity of positing uncertain alikeness is to expand the field of being.
Semantic search helps with normalization of personal and corporate names, identification of "alikeness" of terms, and disambiguating words with multiple meanings.
Heterogeneity is a near synonym while alikeness, community, and homogeneity are antonyms.
In addition to these idealizations and mirroring needs, Kohut (1984) defined twinship as a critical selfobject need involving the "need to experience the presence of essential alikeness" (p.
The obvious connections of this episode to a cognate one of Guinevere and Launcelot in Malory are first, an underlying sexual dimension, existent and basic in Morte D'Arthur, non-existent but lurking in Morte D'Urban; second, the alikeness of Guinevere and Sally, Guinevere, believing Gawain's untrue tale that Elaine is Launcelot's love, considers herself a spurned woman and argues bitterly with Launcelot who departs in anger.
The paper (ShihabRahman, et.al, 2014) proposes a new Weighted Keyword Based Semantic Similarity Measure for discovering the alikeness among the pages.