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

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.

From Digiday

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

From Fortune

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

From Fortune

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.

On one hand, the rising drinking among women is a sign of parity.

In the last three decades, courts have begun to apply gender parity to the awarding of alimony.

With more women achieving financial parity with men, more women are able to take up luxury hobbies men have long enjoyed.

If you run the numbers a different way and measure purchasing power parity, Russia's economy is larger than Italy's.

Even at the age bracket where men and women appear closest in frequency, there is nothing remotely close to masturbation parity.

The laws prohibiting these do not forbid the lottery, nor can it be included under them by parity of reasoning.

Grand serjeanty is of course included by parity under military service.

Freight thus moves freely in every direction and all markets are held on an absolute parity.

On every sound principle of rate making, the two cities ought to be placed on a parity.

In her eyes he was on a parity with the fakirs, the mullahs, the religious mendicants of her adopted country.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to parity, such as: consistency, uniformity, unity, affinity, agreement, and analogy.

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