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1 The King's request was tantamount to a command.
2 Her statement is tantamount to a confession of guilt.
3 What Bracey is saying is tantamount to heresy.
4 This invasion is tantamount to a declaration of war.
5 To leave a dog home alone is tantamount to cruelty.
6 If he resigned it would be tantamount to admitting that he was guilty.
7 Her refusal to answer was tantamount to an admission of guilt.
8 In safe seats selectionist tantamount to election.
9 Journalists argued that the law was tantamount to censorship.
10 Critics say the arrangement is tantamount to a dictatorship.
11 With Harry, omission was tantamount to deceit.
12 A simple error of judgement was tantamount to artistic suicide.
13 This has been distorted in the press as tantamount to planning violent attacks on the summit.
14 He considered it an impossible feat,[www.Sentencedict.com] tantamount to asking for eighteen miracles in a row.
15 For campaign strategists, this was tantamount to spinning straw into gold.
16 In Michael's mind it was tantamount to mutiny and he would not stand for anyone disagreeing with him.
17 Forcibly settling the Jarawa would be tantamount to genocide, leading to them being wiped out.
18 Reaching a host is tantamount to survival in dodder and several features in its development enhance this ability.
19 The corollary is that acquiring an addiction is tantamount to relieving oneself of personal responsibility.
20 To do otherwise would have been tantamount to branding yourself an obscene, inhuman monster, an outcast from civilized society.
21 Her confession was simply tantamount to a casual explanation.
22 That is tantamount to insubordination.
23 The entertainment industry has vehemently objected to the V-chip and ratings system as tantamount to government censorship.
24 A request that prosecution witnesses be tendered for examination was not tantamount to an objection under s 102.
25 Sharing a film with a third party, it implied, was tantamount to infidelity.
26 At its worst, the life of faith is portrayed in a way that it is tantamount to spiritual repression.
27 Underlying the disquiet was a strong current of belief that the act of going tieless was tantamount to social chaos!
28 The selection of candidates Under any electoral system nomination as a candidate can often be tantamount to a guarantee of eventual election.
29 Black demonstrators picketed the court throughout the trial, alleging that the prosecution of the youths was tantamount to a judicial lynching.
30 Given that most seats are safe seats for one party or another, this selection is usually tantamount to election.
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