01. [Identical] twins develop from the equal division of a fertilized egg.
02. A nylon thread is stronger than a steel wire of [identical] weight.
03. They live in a housing development where all the homes look [identical].
04. The bridesmaids wore [identical] pink and green dresses.
05. The bicycle he bought was [identical] to that used by the winner of the Tour de France.
06. When they first started out, the Beatles dressed [identically] in gray suits and ties.
07. [Identical] twins do not have [identical] fingerprints.
08. The genetic material of humans and chimpanzees is 98% [identical].
09. Cockroaches have lived on earth for 250 million years, and many varieties found today look [identical] to the fossilized record of their ancestors.
10. Robert Orben once suggested that a graduation ceremony is an event where the commencement speaker tells thousands of students dressed in [identical] caps and gowns that 'individuality' is the key to success.
11. Although the leading causes of death for men and women are [identical], men exhibit higher death rates.
12. Fran Lebowitz once remarked, "I've done the calculation, and your chances of winning the lottery are [identical] whether you play or or not."
13. Antoinette Brown Blackwell once stated that the sexes in each species of being are always true equivalents - equals but not [identical].
14. No two individuals of the same species are [identical].
15. The illegal immigrants tore up their passports and other papers in order to hide their [identities].
16. The [identities] of the victims have not yet been determined.
17. The two children were [identical] except for the color of their eyes.

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