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Things dif often describes (“dif ________”)
ference, ferent, ficult, ferences, ferentiable, fig, cult, fusion, ficulty, figure, fractometer, fusivities, ferentiation, equation, ficulties, erentiable, function, feomorphism, equations, ractometer, parts, fusibility, table, ferentation, fusivity, types, command, fuse, functions, feomorphisms, ractograms, kinds, fer, culty, site, erent, fractometry, erence, culties, files, diagnosis, fractogram, ferentness, bits, chap, iculties, species, ractometry, rent, lubenzuron, sites, erences, icult, fraction, degrees, charge, feomorphic, stages, frequency, cover, periods, fusionists, iculty, luoromethylornithine, sizes, rence, locus, patterns, directions, grace, fio, ence, imaging, usivities, orders, fractograms, the, eomorphisms

Descriptive words:
more, many, great, significant, several, little, individual, much, important, only, most, cultural, essential, major, fundamental, considerable, potential, real, greater, wide, big, less, racial, regional, striking, greatest, slight, quite, vast, sexual, fairly, serious, least, marked, related, uniform, positive, substantial, internal, mean, principal, extreme, obvious, distinct, structural, radical, chief, remarkable, far, ray, partial, corresponding, genetic, optical, subtle, 131i, observed, apparent, inherent, notable, semantic

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