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Synonyms for head-to-head

involving two persons

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inconclusive as to outcome

even or close in a race or competition or comparison

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I would suggest that, at present, there's no scientific evidence to show selfies play any role in head louse transmission beyond what might be found by normal head-to-head contact.
I guess a lot of people are going to look at it as a head-to-head thing " Catt said.
Then for one night, the restaurant and its kitchen are split down the middle and one chef from each team goes head-to-head.
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Chief executive James Sutherland said scheduling head-to-head series gave Cricket Australia more flexibility with programming.
But Salmond hit back: "If he is so keen for a head-to-head debate on Scotland's future, I am more than happy to have one.
Last night a Street source said: "The plan is to put Bradley on head-to-head with O'Grady in the tea time slot doing guests and chat.
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Liverpool have a better goal difference than the French, but in the group stages head-to-head record takes precedence and Marseille won 1-0 at Anfield.
But the City likes to seed teams based on head-to-head play.
These results come just a few weeks after a Rasmussen poll showed him within a percent of President Obama in a head-to-head matchup.
The committee rationalized the seeding of the three Valley schools on the basis of head-to-head competition rather than the traditional method of strength of league.