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similarly

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by the same token

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to the same degree (often followed by 'as')

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in equal amounts or shares

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We have acted against all terrorist groups equally," he said.
Since its inception five years ago, Equally Wed magazine has witnessed tremendous growth in the U.
I think it is possible to love your children equally.
As Judy Wieder wrote so eloquently in her Letter From the Editor in Chief for the Gay Heroes issue, "If gays and straights are equally heroic, equally vulnerable, equally courageous, equally frightened, equally lucky, equally unlucky, and just plain equally human, then why are some of us still fighting for equal rights and opportunities in this country?
So many of you have causes you are equally passionate about.
Although not a majority, there were only two goals where the largest group of students rated lectures and PBL as equally effective.
Marketing and branding are equally paramount and Hallmark has his work cut out for him on this front as VW has become stale under the "Drivers Wanted" tagline and a series of "Fast" ads for the GTI have failed to live up to expectations.
The Cushman & Wakefield Barometer classifies Phoenix's downtown and suburban regions as Leading Markets, with equally strong trailing six month performance and 24 month outlook.
Over twenty years later, I can imagine another equally callow generation of students being toured, equally awestruck, around Zaha Hadid's Phaeno Science Centre in Wolfsburg (p42).
Looking at type 1a supernovas is a good way to learn about the expansion of the universe because the explosions are all roughly equal in brightness at the source, just as all 100-watt light bulbs are equally bright.
And it's for equally good reason that writers on Poledna have frequently turned to Theodor Adorno to countermand this musical logic.
Frequency-comb technology, which is already commercially available, uses trains of brief laser pulses to generate light made up of hundreds of thousands of discrete frequencies spaced equally, as the teeth of a comb are.
Set in a time just before Saudi Arabia's Bedouin culture would become enmeshed in becoming part of an oil rich nation playing center stage in the world's seemingly insatiable demand for petroleum, Expatriate is a deftly woven novel of memorable personalities, an inherently fascinating culture, and the dynamic tensions between countries that is mirrored in an equally dynamic tension between the protagonist and two women from two different and differing cultures.
Because he wrote equally as well for the orchestra, the piano orchestral works are compositions all serious musicians should explore.