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incomparable

(mathematics)
Two elements a, b of a set are incomparable under some relation <= if neither a <= b, nor b <= a.
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Day after day he appeared before us, incomparably faithful to the illusions of the stage, and at sunset the night descended upon him quickly, like a falling curtain.
Nor will this surprise any one who reflects how ignorant we are on this head, even in regard to mankind, so incomparably better known than any other animal.
And, of course, the television schedule usually includes My Fair Lady, allowing me to go all dewyeyed as I watch the incomparably beautiful Audrey Hepburn's transformation from Cockney street urchin to society flower.
In those incomparably vivid first few months he'd told her a few things about his childhood with the nonchalant matter of factness she'd found so attractive.
The British origins of the two brands, their belief in meeting individual needs and desires of customers and creative pooling of ideas between various brands at BMW Design, provided fuel for collaboration between Rolls-Royce and Mini to provide the second model from exclusive Mini Yours product line with a fascinating charisma and an incomparably high-quality ambience, said the BMW.
8 Le mal du Pays/Homesickness, which is truly unique both in terms of touch and expression.) In comparison with Annees de Pelerinage, the cycle Consolations is technically incomparably the most accessible, and also among the most frequently performed of Liszt's pieces.
"The David is incomparably more beautiful now than ever before, even though it would seem impossible," said Beatrice Paolozzi Strozzi, director of the Bargello Museum that hosts the statue.
On the Lisbon Treaty, Tory leadership contender, Ken Clarke reminds us "This treaty's far less important than Maastricht" (June 24, 2007), and as Michael Heseltine helpfully added: "We didn't have one on the Single European Act, which is incomparably the biggest transfer of sovereignty in this country's history".
His books such as Liverpool Colonnade, Liverpool Roundabout, and Tales of Liverpool: Murder, Mayhem, Mystery paved the way for many other local history authors mining the city's incomparably rich seam of human interest.
Our approach to sex and human relationships today is incomparably more sympathetic.
If you do have to use the car then you'll find that, in Nuneaton, it's an incomparably relaxing experience.
The magazine said the Michelangelo Antonioni film, shot in 1966, still remains an "incomparably cool and fresh" piece of erotic moviemaking.