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    Re: temperature difference

    Hello Itasan, how about 'there is a sensible difference in the level of concern'?? Not quite close...


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    temperature difference

    We see such sentences like these in Japanese:
    1. Some temperature differences are seen
    among local governments in their eagerness
    about how they deal with the global warming
    problem.
    2. There seem to be some temperature differences
    depending on people in their interpretation of
    the term 'temperature difference'.
    I think it means 'difference in feeling' or something
    like that.
    Is it possible in English or are there any other
    expressions?
    Thank you.

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