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one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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multi-ringed performance deploys, like the work of his compeers, not
Many of the compeers that hire our students have programs that will pay for the student to get a bachelor's degree in a related technology field or an engineering degree.
This defeat of evil in Middle-earth reinforces the idea that women and hobbits can be as valiant at arms as their male compeers, but they--unlike one-dimensional characters such as Boromir or Gimli--are well-equipped to pursue what is essential: peace, preservation, and cultural memory.
63, writes 'democracy has always wanted by turns and at the same time two incompatible things: it has wanted, on the one hand, to welcome only men, and on the condition that they be citizens, brothers and compeers [semblables], excluding all the others, in particular bad citizens, rogues, noncitizens, and all sorts of unlike and unrecognizable others, and, on the other hand, at the same time or by turns, it has wanted to open itself up, to offer hospitality to all those excluded'.
Thus, Scarborough and his compeers advocated a very specific kind of education, one that sought to cultivate the "civilized virtues" and a democratic ethics reminiscent of that promulgated by Benjamin Franklin in his Autobiography, a conduct book of sorts for shaping one's self into an American citizen.
Men dominate the history plays because in the Tudor culture of patriarchal England, it was relationships between the fathers and sons of ruling families, between the brothers of noble houses, or between male compeers on battlefields and in council chambers that determined events.
The name Ramesses, in any case, like the names of most ancient Egyptian kings, had certainly meant little to Diodorus and his contemporaries and must have meant a great deal less to Denon and his compeers some eighteen centuries later.
In April 1862, during the siege of Yorktown, Virginia, a black Confederate sharpshooter perched in a tree was reported by Union soldiers to have "done more injury to our men than any dozen of his white compeers.
He can no longer construct a culture of difference if his compeers refuse to act differently.
The inability of Hughes and her compeers to put themselves into someone else's shoes is what got them into hot water in the first place.
This very absence of flashiness has led to his being less renowned than his compeers, though he ranks with them in quality.
Despite this uniqueness, however, American Black Nationalist figures frequently share rhetorical techniques and important ideological tenets with their less militant compeers.
Not only Strong but many of his American and European compeers were familiar with the economic writings of Keynes, notably A Tract on Monetary Reform (1923) and the more polemical The Economic Consequences of Mr.
Being in early childhood of a delicate constitution, and often little disposed to join in that boisterous revelry in which his compeers seemed so greatly to delight, his mother, to amuse him, was in the habit of writing in a very rude manner, for she herself was never taught to write, down the side of an old slate that lay casting about the house, the letters of the alphabet, which he many a long day carefully copied over and over, even before he had learned the printed
Over the course of the novel, as Angel learns as much from Tess and her compeers as she does from him, he shows a willingness and ability equal to Tess's to adopt different forms of language.