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  • adjective Alternative spelling of unparalleled.

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  • Now, I'm certainly not implying that every conceivable form of cultural expression should automatically be assumed to contain unparallelled masterpieces of artistic genius merely in virtue of being outside the mainstream (in fact, I don't even read comic books!), but dismissing something based on rough estimates of "penetration" seems to be an equally problematic move.

    Kicking The Dog

  • The family, who asked that they not be contacted directly, described the "kindness and support" shown to Paine, who was on the beach when Skinner was attacked, immediately after the incident as "unparallelled".

    IOL: News

  • The family, who asked that they not be contacted directly, described the "kindness and support" shown to Paine, who was on the beach when Skinner was attacked, immediately after the incident as "unparallelled".

    IOL: News

  • The family, who asked that they not be contacted directly, described the "kindness and support" shown to Paine, who was on the beach when Skinner was attacked, immediately after the incident as "unparallelled".

    IOL: News

  • Michael might have had his trials and tribulations towards the latter part of his years but his contribution to entertainment was unparallelled.

    House holds moment of silence for Michael Jackson

  • Her dedication to duty, family, spouse and dharma, though not necessarily in that order is unparallelled.

    Motherhood Messages From Mythology: a Study of Four Queens as Mothers in Indian Epics Ramayana and Mahabharata « English Lesson Plans « Free Lesson Plans « Literacy News

  • Murdoch has an unparallelled amount of influence in the UK at the moment.

    Murdoch's plan to move his newspapers to the periphery of the web

  • Murdoch has an unparallelled amount of influence in the UK at the moment.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Sulley Muntari's thumper just before half time had sent to the skies a 10-minute yelp of hope? for Asamoah Gyan (pictured), when this man, who'd hit the crossbar with that last-chance penalty, and thus missed the goal which would have done it? which would have sent Ghana into the semis and into history? strode up with, to my mind, unparallelled courage to take the first shoot-out penalty.

    World Cup 2010: Ghana weeps, but remains hopeful

  • Americans are unparallelled in their willingness to volunteer time, money in times of disaster at home or abroad, but there has been no efforts by this Administration to organize evironmentalists and scientists, biologists and botanists to determine what people in the affected areas might be able to do to mitigate long-term damage and mobilize them for positive action instead of instigating more fear and horror at disastrous prospects.

    Obama’s “my pet goat”

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