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be poles apart

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe poles apartbe poles apartDIFFERENTtwo people or things that are poles apart are as different from each other as it is possible to be Both are brilliant pianists, though they’re poles apart in style. pole
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be poles apartTokyo and Washington remain poles apart on the issue of free trade.The two feelings were poles apart.This is an area of human emotion so fraught with difficulty that attitudes to it are poles apart.Our views may be poles apart but they're not saboteurs.The results are poles apart in terms of character ... each room has a distinctive style of its own.Their childhoods, like almost everything else about them, were poles apart.I suppose that logicians and physicists normally consider themselves to be poles apart.
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