james

Snape vs James - What's the difference?

snape | james |


As a verb snape

is (shipbuilding) to bevel the end of a timber to fit against an inclined surface or snape can be .

As an adverb james is

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Sausage vs James - What's the difference?

sausage | james |


As a noun sausage

is a food made of ground meat (or meat substitute) and seasoning, packed in a cylindrical casing; a length of this food.

As an adverb james is

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Andrew vs James - What's the difference?

andrew | james |


As a proper noun andrew

is the first apostle in the new testament.

As an adverb james is

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Jordan vs James - What's the difference?

jordan | james |


As a noun jordan

is (obsolete) a pot or vessel with a large neck, formerly used by physicians and alchemists.

As an adverb james is

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Burchill vs James - What's the difference?

burchill | james |


As a proper noun burchill

is .

As an adverb james is

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James vs Jameses - What's the difference?

james | jameses |


As an adverb james

is .

As a proper noun jameses is

.

Jones vs James - What's the difference?

jones | james |


As a noun jones

is heroin.

As a verb jones

is (us|slang) have an intense craving.

As an adverb james is

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James vs Brody - What's the difference?

james | brody |


As an adverb james

is .

As a proper noun brody is

, a variant of brodie.

James vs Jeff - What's the difference?

james | jeff |


As an adverb james

is .

As a verb jeff is

to play or gamble with em quads, throwing them as dice.

Jesus vs James - What's the difference?

jesus | james |


As a proper noun jesus

is jesus.

As an adverb james is

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