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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of equal.

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Examples

  • Martin equaled his career high with 30 points and Corliss Williamson scored 13 of his 15 in the second half against his former team, leading the Kings to a 99-86 victory Wednesday night.

    USATODAY.com - Basketball - Detroit vs. Sacramento

  • The final margin equaled the Tar Heels 'biggest lead.

    NCAA Men's Basketball - Florida State vs. North Carolina

  • A granite countertop in the kitchen is "the one lush, expensive material we have in the house," said Mr. Salenger, noting that its $5,000 price tag equaled that for their entire IKEA kitchen.

    A New Addition

  • A granite countertop in the kitchen is "the one lush, expensive material we have in the house," said Mr. Salenger, noting that its $5,000 price tag equaled that for their entire IKEA kitchen.

    A New Addition

  • Orleans alone, no name equaled that of the man who had driven the

    Expansion and Conflict

  • Originally the face value of the coin equaled the market value of gold in it.

    Forbes.com: News

  • The possible maximum profit on the covered calls equaled $11,000 if the stock at expiry closed below $10.

    FXstreet.com

  • The price tag equaled the amount of fines that were imposed on Bjni for alleged tax evasion when it was owned by the SIL Concern group of Khachatur Sukiasian and his extended family.

    «Ազատ Եվրոպա/Ազատություն» ռադիոկայան

  • They kind of equaled themselves out as an average grade.

    Packers.com

  • They kind of equaled themselves out as an average grade.

    Packers.com

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