There is a difference between drug addiction and drug dependanece, although they often go hand in hand. Drug addiction is a strong phsychological craving for a particular drug. Without it, the person is testy, irritable etc. Drug dependence is a physiological need for the drug, i.e. the person can get sick or even die from lack of the drug if there dependence is strong. For example, some alcoholics have astrong craving for a drink, but have not yet become physically dependent on alcohol. Others, however, are so dependent upon alacohol that they will experience tremors, seizures and possibly even death if they withdraw abrubtly.
The answer:There is no difference
Availablity versus demand
The main difference between Wrangler Sport versus X is that the Wrangler Sport has full doors. The X has half doors.
The difference between jewelry and jewellery is correct versus incorrect spelling. "Jewelry" is the correct spelling.
the difference is that podcasting can be dowloaded. Broadcasting can just be watched or listened to.
Describe the difference between a single trade discount versus and discount series and give an example
As a happily employed speech pathologist, I can tell you that the two terms are interchangable. There is no difference between them.
They are both objectional.
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The difference is 53 seconds.
The biggest difference is the mobility of a cell phone versus a home phone and the service it is tied to.
This link will show you the difference! http://www.mofsupply.com/HowtoChooseNotebooks.pdf
Deep versus shallow
No difference! Kung Pao = American name of Gung Bo! :)
There are no differences between the power connector of an AT motherboard versus that of a BabyAT motherboard.
The forces are electrical versus gravitational.
(actual - plan)/plan
It's the same I think
the difference is green pepper hasless loubes than 4 duuuh..!
Discuss scientific versus unscientific methods in research
Pre-test versus post-test.
uzuki engine versus Briggs and Stratton
There's no signifigant difference between the two, each is used in certain contexts. "There are dozens of different dog types", versus, "there are various dog types."