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equal

[′ē·kwəl]
(mathematics)
Being the same in some sense determined by context.
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IT'S the First among equals - and it keeps serving up sequels.
vvSalmond first among equals SCOTLAND'S First Minister Alex Salmond may have weightier things on his mind given he appears before the Leveson inquiry today but the Scottish National Party leader still appears able to poke his head in the form book every once in a while.
Some novels set in the world of politics have gone on to become huge successes, including House of Cards, written by Conservative politician Michael Dobbs, which went on to become a major BBC drama, and First Among Equals, one of a number of books by Tory politician Jeffrey Archer.
FIRST AMONG EQUALS Sunderland prides itself on its quick turnaround on election night
I remember this glowing review quotation from the cover of First Among Equals.
In his address speech, Kyprianou said that he will remain one of the people, saying that the role of the Secretary General is to be the first among equals.
This gives the CHRO the golden opportunity to lead and to be the first among equals in the C-suite.
That said, first among equals was Great Divide's Fresh Hop Ale.
Middlesbrough must accept that in the Tees Valley it is not even first among equals, and that regionally it is simply that "small town in Yorkshire" without a theatre of note.
But in this case she was merely first among equals alongside the lovely Peggy Kriha Dye (llya), Kresimir Spicer (Idomeneo) and Michael Maniaci (Idamante).
He was a co-founder of Cardiff Open Air Theatre Company, which performed for children in Roath Park, and also played the part of Neil Kinnock, Labour's national leader from 1983 to 1992, in a television adaptation of Jeffrey Archer's book First Among Equals.
But the Fed is first among equals in the regulatory scheme of things, with the clout to put its concerns at the top of all regulators' agendas.

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