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Their song is said to be liquid, melodious and often long continued, equaling that of any other bird.

But even in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, French tapestries were far from equaling those of Flanders.

Style filiform; about equaling the perianth; slightly three-cleft at the summit.

An equaling file is much better for keyways than one actually parallel.

Ten cents (Argentine money) is the fare, equaling four cents in American money.

The stock yards of Cincinnati are on an extended scale, though not equaling those of Chicago.

They were heavily armed, often, indeed, equaling a frigate in their batteries and the size of their crews.

It is very far from equaling the Pharaonic obelisks in dimensions, it being only twenty-two feet high.

Were it not for the long severe winters, this would be a capital stock country, equaling Texas and the prairies of the old West.

The farm products have considerably more than doubled in ten years, equaling in value eighteen times the world's output of gold.

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