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There is a qualitative change in the violence, said the ICG's Thierry Vircoulon.

This development has moved from being a quantitative change to a qualitative change.

No qualitative changes have happened in the system of government, judiciary and law enforcement.

The U.S. has long promised to ensure that Israel enjoys a qualitative military edge in the region.

MO diagrams provide simple qualitative LCAO treatment.32.

Indeed, information entropy can be used as an index of qualitative variation.

A qualitative study offers significant results based on small samples in contrast to the large numbers of subjects of a quantitative study.

Deciding which of your friends and relatives you want to invite is a qualitative judgment you'll have to make on your own.

They did a qualitative analysis of the different ways that data can be processed using the software.

Israel has a qualitative edge in the power struggles of the Middle East.

Pruden's research was qualitative in nature (McCroskey 2004).

My son and daughter are both required to write 2-page essays at school, but there is a qualitative difference in what they are expected to produce because my daughter is in grade 12, whereas my son is in grade 10.

These differences tend to be quantitative rather than qualitative.

Human speech is a vast qualitative expansion over animal communication systems.

Synthesizing organic compounds in chemistry is very qualitative because purity is of prime importance.

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