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

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

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

Unicef
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They contended that the physician could not be sure of the pharmacological action of a generic drug in a patient and that the use of generic drugs is tantamount to treatment based on price and not quality.

PubMed
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It is obvious to me that those who feel that providing good quality restorative dentistry with local analgesia in children is tantamount to "traumatic dental treatment" have never provided such care and are ignorant of the positive effects that good quality dental care has on the child's long term dental attitudes.

PubMed
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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
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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.

PubMed
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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.

PubMed
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It's tantamount to bullying.

Independent
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It's tantamount to secondary victimisation".

Independent
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The action is tantamount to arrest.

The New York Times
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This strikes me as tantamount to piracy".

The New York Times
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Failure to do so would be tantamount to gross negligence.

Independent
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Buying in mercenaries would be tantamount to privatising national security.

Independent
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It would be tantamount to unilateral partisan disarmament.

The New Yorker
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Organizing large group shows is often tantamount to herding cats.

The New York Times
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Visiting now is tantamount to condoning the regime".

The New York Times
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Increasingly, I felt that silence was tantamount to denial.

Independent
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Leaving an empty coffee pot is tantamount to treason.

The New York Times
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In Italy, regional traditions are tantamount to religion.

The New York Times
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Serial extensions would be tantamount to a permanent extension.

The New York Times
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Playing the Steelers is tantamount to a street fight.

The New York Times
23

Is designing sustainable venues tantamount to organizing sustainable games?

The New York Times
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Reducing cohort size is tantamount to reducing accessibility.

The New Yorker
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Many people thought that was tantamount to achieving the impossible.

The New York Times
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But that admission was almost tantamount to failure.

The New York Times
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"This action is tantamount to condoning the death penalty.

Independent
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This is tantamount to rewarding Israel for bad behavior.

The New York Times
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"This is tantamount to extortion," Mr. Sorial said.

The New York Times
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The agency called this tantamount to a discharge.

The New York Times

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