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apples and oranges in a sentence

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  • He said that would be a bit like juxtaposing apples and oranges.
  • I think you moved from apples and oranges to lemons and mangoes.
  • There is somewhat of an apples and oranges comparison going on.
  • She fended off the question saying it was like mixing apples and oranges.
  • It compares apples and oranges _ the 1995 marketplace and the 1999 marketplace.
  • Comparing the two is like comparing apples and oranges, Weingarten said.
  • Likening the two campaigns, Schulberg said, is comparing apples and oranges.
  • This is one time when apples and oranges match up nicely.
  • And comparing road racers and track racers is like comparing apples and oranges.
  • To compare him to Randy Moss or Lawrence Phillips is apples and oranges.
  • It's difficult to see apples and oranges in a sentence .
  • To compare what he said to what I say is apples and oranges.
  • But the computers have proven solid measuring sticks for comparing apples and oranges.
  • He neglected to tell you that he's comparing apples and oranges.
  • UConn officials said that comparing college stadiums is like comparing apples and oranges.
  • To compare that to open markets is apples and oranges.
  • Lucid she is would like fresh tomatoes, apples and oranges.
  • Apples are compared to a mixture of apples and oranges.
  • It's really making a comparison of apples and oranges ."
  • They drank lemonade and coffee and ate apples and oranges.
  • Mixing Apples and Windows is, well, like apples and oranges.
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