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The physics teacher likened the effect of mass on space to an indentation in a sheet of rubber.
The public perception may look at foods labeled "free range" or "no growth hormones used" and liken them to organic foods.
Others liken it to the dental products available, but are not sure if it will be as effective as the dental version.
Indeed, many patients liken its effect to that of drinking champagne.
Yet another popular reference in poetry is to liken love to something exquisite in nature, like a butterfly, a deep red rose, or the fresh scent of lavender.
Some new drivers liken shifting a 5-speed to trying pat your head while rubbing your stomach.