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Difference between 'Statue' and 'Statute'

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Statue is an image.

Statute is a law expressly enacted by the legislature.

Sample Usage

You can see the statue of Queen Victoria at the gate of the Victoria memorial in Kolkata.

There is a statute in England to this effect that one cannot marry one's sister in law.

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