One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Little difference between things being compared.
- ‘With the bat, Flintoff has a slightly more orthodox technique, but there's not much in it.’
- ‘But I'll freely admit that I'm influenced in part by the fact that I'm more of an X-Men fan than a Spiderman fan anyway; there's not much in it at all.’
- ‘We didn't find it suited beginners quite as snugly as the other system, but there's not much in it.’
- ‘To my eye at least, the new screen is marginally tidier, but there is not much in it.’
- ‘I still prefer our version (we've got two out, I think they're both good), but there's not much in it as the Exploited version was very close to ours when they recorded it.’
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