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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NECK-AND-NECK

One man has rounded the summit, and two others follow him neck-and-neck.

Then, with a bound, Dave came up, and the pair were neck-and-neck for the finish.

He yelped sharply, and the wolves raced in until four of them were neck-and-neck with him.

A thrilling rescue and a neck-and-neck race for the treasure followed.

The brute had crossed his path far away from the pack, and he had flung himself out of saddle and had a neck-and-neck struggle.

Joe was close behind, and now it became a neck-and-neck race between them.

It was a neck-and-neck race, and in a moment more four hands went up on the rock at practically the same time.

Phil and Roger were now neck-and-neck, with not quite half a mile of the race still to cover.

From the very outset it seemed that Merriwell and Mansford were in for a neck-and-neck match.

It was a neck-and-neck race between the rain and the Girl, but the Girl won.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.