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- n. alternative spelling of matchup.
- n. the pairing of people or things as for comparison or competition
“The U.S. National Football League (NFL) presents its fourth game in London with a match-up Sunday between the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers -- two former multiple Super Bowl champion teams that are struggling this season.”
“No matter how tough a season the Broncos or the 49ers endure at home in the United States, their match-up in London is shaping up to be another victory for the NFL.”
“At this stage in 1995, Bill Clinton's approval rating stood at 45%, and he was two points behind then-Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, the eventual GOP presidential nominee, in a theoretical match-up.”
“To cast a vote, post the name of your chosen book in the appropriate match-up.”
“But the worse things look for Ensign, the better they look for Republicans on Election Day; polling already shows Ensign trailing in a primary match-up against Rep. Dean Heller R, whose decision on whether to run will likely be influenced by how vulnerable Ensign becomes.”
“Super Bowl Winners iOS Get a list of winners from every Super Bowl game since the first match-up between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs in 1967.”
“The other NFL playoff match-up on Saturday also features a division winner with a worse record than the wild card team, as the AFC South champion Indianapolis Colts are 10-6, while the New York Jets - second in the AFC East - finished 11-5.”
“Watch clips of the 1983 "Civil War," the annual match-up between the University of Oregon and Oregon State.”
“But Grassley, first elected to the Senate in 1980, has dropped 21 points over the past few months in a hypothetical match-up against Democratic challenger Roxanne Conlin.”
“Like many Democrats nationwide these days, Colorado Governor Bill Ritter who was easily elected in 2006 finds himself trailing his chief Republican opponent in a potential 2010 match-up.”
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