Rivaling sentence example

rivaling
  • They couldn't recognize a predator if it sat at their feet, and she was surprised to find her senses much more honed to such a ploy despite their social statuses rivaling those of royalty's on earth.

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  • To attempt to be a superpower bloc, rivaling America, is foolish.

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  • Chinese food is respected around the world, and many feel it is one of the finest cuisines around, rivaling French for complexity, taste, and texture.

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  • It is known as one of the leading kids fashion labels in Australia, and is continually becoming more known in America - rivaling popular and established brands like Gymboree and The Children's Place.

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  • Throw in Disney's Animal Kingdom with its 9.6 and Hollywood Studios with a rivaling 9.5 million, and you'll no longer be flabbergasted by the parks' long lines.

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  • Singer Susan Boyle was expected to win by many, and the dance group 'Flawless' was an audience favorite rivaling 'Diversity'.

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  • The best tour guides you'll ever find are city natives, who are abundant on this and rivaling websites.

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  • Rivaling My Bambino for the cutest name and products is Lollipops Gumdrops.

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  • Media Matters writes that The Savage Nation is one of the most popular radio shows, rivaling such productions as The Rush Limbaugh Show.

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  • Rivaling Nashville's importance to music is Memphis.

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  • Today, skin care for men is rivaling in both sales and demand, giving couples a chance to pamper each other instead of the former one-way street.

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