identic

[ahy-den-tik, ih-den-]
adjective
2.
Diplomacy. (of action, notes, etc.) identical in form, as when two or more governments deal simultaneously with another government.

Origin:
1640–50; < Medieval Latin identicus the same, equivalent to Late Latin ident(itās) identity + -icus -ic

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identic (aɪˈdɛntɪk)
 
adj
1.  diplomacy (esp of opinions expressed by two or more governments) having the same wording or intention regarding another power: identic notes
2.  an obsolete word for identical

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These methods depend solely on the differences in polarity between the parent and its metabolites for identic fication.
Children were dressed as infants until they turned three, then dressed identic ally to adults.
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