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It has happened that each of three has won a heat, and then there was one dead heat.
He's going to make it a dead heat or better—no, Bill hit the crossing first.
HOMEBURG MEMORIESGEORGE HELGESEN FITCH
The Continental and Martin's may be said to run a dead heat for third place.
The Shubert theatres and Carnegie libraries are running a dead heat in an earnest endeavor to perpetuate their respective names.
NAT GOODWIN'S BOOKNAT C. GOODWIN
His last resort, in a dead heat, was to bawl so loud as to frighten the other drivers' horses off their feet.
LOOKING BACKMERRICK ABNER RICHARDSON
Amidst the shouts and the commotion the result was announced—a dead heat.
Picture the feelings of the crowd when Casey merged the judge into the editor and kept declaring race after race a dead heat.
The judge, however, a Portuguese, decided that it was a dead heat.
Diomed would have now passed him, or there would have been a dead heat, but Phoebus Apollo to spite him made him drop his whip.
Bromham Rhodes ran his friend so close that it was practically a dead heat.
A MAN OF MEANSP. G. WODEHOUSE AND C. H. BOVILL

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