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We must once have had such a race in our cow-boys and Texas rangers—level-eyed, careless men who know no masters, only equals.
GOLDEN LADSARTHUR GLEASON AND HELEN HAYES GLEASON
It was also a land where it was no trouble at all to be rich, and where strangers were treated as equals and welcomed as friends.
THE CROW'S NESTCLARENCE DAY, JR.
Friendship is a kind of exchange--equal between equals, and proportional between unequals; a repayment.
Masters, journeymen, and apprentices were ranked one above another, but those of the same grade were equals.
There must always be a conqueror and a conquered, a master and a slave; now the one, now the other—they are never two equals.
Pressure from equals is not to be confounded with persecution by superiors.
LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
Throughout the existence of the Papal States, the Popes were monarchs and, as such, equals of all other monarchs.
Me my life; he his life; meeting, as equals, when it was convenient to meet.
THIS FREEDOMA. S. M. HUTCHINSON
Then she wanted to embrace me, as if we were equals, but this I deprecated as much from aversion as from respect.
THE MEMOIRS OF MADAME DE MONTESPAN, COMPLETEMADAME LA MARQUISE DE MONTESPAN
They were equals in this direful, unlovely place; royal prejudice stood for nothing here.
TRUXTON KINGGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON