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Instead, America has experienced an extended period of national parity between the two parties.

How Hatred Came To Dominate American PoliticsLee Drutman (drutman@newamerica.org)October 5, 2020FiveThirtyEight

Ironically, TV networks have put their streaming ad businesses on a path to parity with their linear businesses by removing parity between their streaming and linear ad prices.

Today, six of his 16 direct reports are women and Citigroup’s board of directors is nearly at gender parity.

While new appointments in 2019 came close to gender parity, businesses were far from achieving racial representation last year.

It’s still a long way from parity, but it shows that when Republican women run in incumbent-less races, they have a good chance of getting the nomination.

If thrown out of parity with the actual market, the exchange market is bound to come back eventually.

Parity among the four is not traceable earlier than Tatian (c. 175), the father of gospel 'harmonies.'

He asserts also that a pardon granted by him would be void; which by parity of reasoning must extend to all his patents.

There had to be a parity of ranks; and the same principle might well apply to fortunes.

Sir Walter RaleghWilliam Stebbing

To that M. Venizelos replied that there was no parity between the two instances.

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