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tantamount to quality


English sentences with tantamount to quality in context

27similar sentences
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Indeed, access to education of poor quality is tantamount to no education at all.

Unicef
2

Access to education of poor quality is tantamount to no education at all.

Unicef
3

Access to education that is of poor quality is tantamount to no education at all.

Unicef
4

Some claim that rejecting either of the claims is tantamount to rejecting the very notion of a thing's changing its qualities through time.

SEP
5

They steer clear of addressing the positive qualities of the candidate they support, because that would be tantamount to saying, "vote for him".

The Guardian
6

Preferential cytotoxicity against malignant tissues remains tantamount to the Holy Grail in oncologic therapeutics because it portends improved patient tolerance and overall quality of life.

Breast Cancer Research
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Such preferential cytotoxicity against malignant tissues will remain tantamount to the Holy Grail in oncologic therapeutics because this portends improved patient tolerance and overall quality of life, and the capacity to deliver combination therapy.

Breast Cancer Research
8

It's tantamount to bullying.

Independent
9

It's tantamount to secondary victimisation".

Independent
10

The action is tantamount to arrest.

The New York Times
11

This strikes me as tantamount to piracy".

The New York Times
12

This is tantamount to blackmail.

The Guardian - Opinion
13

Tantamount to Yeovil beating Arsenal.

The Guardian - Sport
14

It's tantamount to Mecca".

The New York Times
15

Their appearances are tantamount to testimonials.

The New York Times
16

It was tantamount to being a beggar".

The Guardian - Music
17

And that's tantamount to being involved".

The New York Times
18

That is tantamount to a life sentence.

The New York Times
19

Seamless elegance would be tantamount to erasure.

The New Yorker
20

"The mobilisation order is tantamount to dictatorship.

The Guardian - Business
21

"That's tantamount to child abuse".

The New York Times
22

It is tantamount to stealing his soul.

The New York Times - Books
23

Failure to do so would be tantamount to gross negligence.

Independent
24

Buying in mercenaries would be tantamount to privatising national security.

Independent
25

It would be tantamount to unilateral partisan disarmament.

The New Yorker
26

Organizing large group shows is often tantamount to herding cats.

The New York Times - Arts
27

Visiting now is tantamount to condoning the regime".

The New York Times