The words "spray" and "streak": Are similar in the way that both end up covering a surface with a liquid source. Are different in the way that both streams cover the surface. A "spray" will cover the surface in the form of small drops of fluid while the "stream" will cover the surface with one continuous stream of that fluid.
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there are many ways... alike- nocturnal, semi aquatic, webbed feet,... and more different-otters-spray,carnivors,furry tails,... beavers- flat tail, herbivors,dont spray
They both help to identify a mineral
yes. cats who are female and male alike will always spray.
They are both alike and different.
How is the Moon different from Earth?How are they alike?
The answer depends on what they are meant to be alike and different from!
i think alike
Fractions are alike if they have the same denominators; otherwise they are different.
No, They are not alike as they have different size, features. There might be a similarity but in my view they arent alike. There food is different, there way of living is also different so in my opinion they are not alike.
w is soil alike
it is different
how are computer and biological viruses alike and different
How are money and barter and money alike and different
No, atoms of different elements are not exactly alike.
which minerals can form are alike and how they are different
they are alike because they are different columns of digits and they are different because they have different. ddf
The noun 'streak' is a singular common noun. The noun streak is a concrete noun as a word for a line of color different from its surrounding color. The noun streak is an abstract noun as a word for a part of someone's character, or a type of behavior that is different from the rest of their character (a mean streak).
they are alike by the regions
sponges are alike to worms
They were more alike.
How are seet and hail alike
How are a salad and smoothie alike
They are alike because they are all different columns of digits and they are different because they have different columns.