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 What is difference between premature and full-term babies?

Answer A full-term baby is born during or within the ninth month of pregnancy. A premature birth is an infant that is born earlier than the normal nine month period of pregnancy.
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What Is the Difference Between Short-Term & Long-Term Capital Gains and Losses?

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What is the difference between full convection and full range ovens?

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What is the difference between HD TV and Full HD TV?

HD refers to 720p (768p for LCD, considered 720p) tvs.Full HD refers to 1080p tvs.
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