01. There seem to be some [qualitative] differences between the way men and women generally reach decisions.
02. Synthesizing organic compounds in chemistry is very [qualitative] because purity is of prime importance.
03. 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.
04. A [qualitative] study offers significant results based on small samples in contrast to the large numbers of subjects of a quantitative study.
05. Deciding which of your friends and relatives you want to invite is a [qualitative] judgment you'll have to make on your own.
06. Since this latest scandal, there has been a [qualitative] change in the public's level of trust in the governor.
07. Chemical or physical methods may be used to do a [qualitative] analysis of a sample.
08. Israel has a [qualitative] edge in the power struggles of the Middle East.
09. They did a [qualitative] analysis of the different ways that data can be processed using the software.
10. The small [qualitative] difference between the two camcorders does not justify the large difference in price.
11. Human tool use is extensive enough to be considered [qualitatively] different from tool use by certain animals.
12. Human speech is a vast [qualitative] expansion over animal communication systems.
13. Paul Ekman once noted that shame is closely related to guilt, but there is a key [qualitative] difference. No audience is needed for feelings of guilt, no one else need know, for the guilty person is his own judge.
14. The history of the Nazi regime is [qualitatively] different from any other experience of genocide in the history of mankind.
15. Studies have shown that the linguistic abilities of non-humans are vastly and [qualitatively] different from those of man.

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