Items of clothing placed in a dryer by themselves build up either a negative charge or a positive charge depending on the material of which they are made. Or not charge at all in some cases. A pair of socks, being made of the same material, will build up a charge of the same polarity (either both positive or both negative) and will therefore repel each other. Incidentally, the clothes become charged when they rub together. Electrons 'rub off' some of the clothes, so that they become positively charged, onto other clothes, so that they become negatively charged. If you have ever stroked a cat and then got a slight shock it's the same effect.
they repel one another
A cell or organism that is identical to another but is another individual form of it.
"Articles of Confusion"
Something that fastens clothes together is called a button. Another name for something used to fasten clothing is a zipper or tie.
There are a number of publications called CITY Magazine. One for example is about the leisure and arts of South West Virginia while another is about fashion and clothing.
The same as when you had the first set of identical twins.
a thing made to be similar or identical to another
Your word is: "Identical" !
Two sister chromatids that are connected by a centromere are identical to one another. They are duplicate copies of a chromatin.
Iroquois nations ... influences on the Articles of Confederation and ...Increasing hate-motivated violence from groups like the Clan
alike, identical, similar
similar, equal, identical