dead heat

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Synonyms for dead heat

an equality of scores, votes, or performances in a contest

Words related to dead heat

a tie in a race

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<B A dead heat in the Ladies Open Race at Lower Machen.
This was at Romford Stadium when Killishan Massai, Ayamzagirl and Droopys Djokovic triple dead heated.
The first ever triple dead heat happened in January, 2011, and bookies said the chances of it happening again were 30 million-to-one.
When we announced the triple dead heat a huge roar went up," the paper quoted him as saying.
But Tarmoh believed she finished in third place until she was informed by reporters that officials had determined the race was a dead heat.
Preliminary results of the race showed Tarmoh beating out Felix by one-thousandth of a second, although closer inspection resulted in a dead heat.
The retired planning official for Coventry City Council said yesterday: "Officers said they had a hat all ready to draw lots from after it was an apparent dead heat."
DEAD HEAT: Millenary (left) and Kasthari couldn't be separated
Dead Heat: Globalization and Global Warming Tom Athanasiou, Paul Baer
Despite the dissatisfaction, the race between Mr Bush and his election challenger, John Kerry, is a dead heat, the Los Angeles Times Poll found.
Dead Heat: Global Justice and Global Warming By Tom Athanasiou and Paul Baer Seven Stories Press.
Dead Heat is a short, punchy, no-holds-barred pitch to push the 'facts' of climate change, and the associated roll-on of wider environmental and social problems into view.
Competition for this year's selection was "a dead heat," said Command Sgt.
Now the presidential race is a dead heat, the Democrats are favored to win the House, and they even have an outside chance of regaining control of the Senate.
Helene Miller Walsh and Democrat Mary Edly-Allen ended in a dead heat in Tuesday's election.