1 No one believes more firmly than Comrade Napoleon that all animals are equal.
2 Nothing could have been achieved without Boxer, whose strength seemed equal to that of all the rest of the animals put together.
3 And certainly the hate that now divided them was equal on each side.
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4 Since the time of her leaving home, Sissy had lived with the rest of the family on equal terms.
5 The champions a second time sprung from their stations, and closed in the centre of the lists, with the same speed, the same dexterity, the same violence, but not the same equal fortune as before.
6 The Lady Rowena had watched the progress of the day with equal attention, though without openly betraying the same intense interest.
7 A Jewish magician might be the subject of equal abhorrence with a Jewish usurer, but he could not be equally despised.
8 Cedric, seated in equal rank among his countrymen, seemed yet, by common consent, to act as chief of the assembly.
9 Nothing could be so gratifying to me as to hear your opinion of it," was his answer; "but I fear there would be some disappointment: you would not find it equal to your present ideas.
10 There was a charm, perhaps, in his sincerity, his steadiness, his integrity, which Miss Crawford might be equal to feel, though not equal to discuss with herself.
11 She has a great desire to get as far as Mansfield Common: Mrs. Grant has been telling her of its fine views, and I have no doubt of her being perfectly equal to it.
12 In the drawing-room they were met with equal cordiality by the mother, and Miss Bertram had all the distinction with each that she could wish.
13 With more than equal civility the offer was declined; she did not wish to dance.
14 Sir Henry thought the duke not equal to Frederick, but that was because Sir Henry wanted the part himself; whereas it was certainly in the best hands of the two.
15 To do him justice, however, he did not resolve to appropriate it; for remembering that there was some very good ranting-ground in Frederick, he professed an equal willingness for that.