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identical with - idiomatic?

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07 Feb 2007, 16:03
I have always used identical to and MGMAT SC book now tells me identical with. Was I wrong, or was this a typo? Or is this American vs. British/Indian english?
If both are right, then what are the uses for each?

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07 Feb 2007, 16:13
I have seen both usages. But not sure which is the GMAT accepted usage.

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08 Feb 2007, 02:54
Thanks, well Manhattan has identical with, which I assume is what GMAT likes to see.

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08 Feb 2007, 11:19
From the Oxford University Press website,

http://www.oup.com/us/samplechapters/08 ... /?view=usa

Idioms often used in comparisons are â€œdifferent fromâ€

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09 Feb 2007, 18:01
Thank you for finding this. I will go through it.

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