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Employing the familiar War on Terror tagline “If you see something, say something,” the gubment would have us believe that dropping a wee turd on the sand is tantamount to dropping a suitcase bomb on the subway.
His ideas were so revolutionary that many saw them as tantamount to a call for a second Reformation.
The only caveat I would raise is if there are a very small number of aides whose identity is known when releasing the number would be tantamount to identifying them.
The alterations were indeed small; but the alteration even of a letter was tantamount to a declaration of independence.
Witness his conception, in The Broken Heart, of a loveless marriage as tantamount to adultery.
THE FATAL DOWRYPHILIP MASSINGER
To try and compel them to pay was tantamount to placing liberty and even life in jeopardy.
Indeed, to call a work of art purely and simply "scientific," is tantamount to saying that it is dry and uninspired by the muse.
Now this would be tantamount to conceiving the definition of a thing that did not exist, which is impossible.
She must go to Portsmouth;—which she knew was tantamount to a living death.
AN OLD MAN'S LOVEANTHONY TROLLOPE
None the less, for a girl of the upper ranks, extra-marital pregnancy is for the most part tantamount to social annihilation.

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