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Human intelligence is unmatched by that of any other creature.
The reliability is unbelievable and the quality of the manufacturing and components is unmatched.
Indeed, actinopterygians exhibit a kaleidoscope of reproductive strategies unmatched by tetrapods.
But they have the privileges of a domain unprecedented and unmatched in modern literature.
The elegance of its syntax is unmatched by any other numerical programming software.
Clearly one reason is the unparalleled research funding and unmatched research facilities.
The discussions were free-ranging, and the intellectual stimulation unmatched.
The feeling of community, and the beauty of the homes is unmatched, and affordable.
His body of work is unmatched as political theatre in our century.
Until the past decade or so, unmatched samples weren't immediately helpful in crime solving.
The scale of what's happening now to the oceans is, by many accounts, unmatched since then.
Consider the unmatched ability of our eyes and brains to lift hidden images out of seemingly meaningless backgrounds.
Its unmatched value is that it explains facts that no other theories can.
But seriously, fantastic essay, your skill at making esoteric physics understandable is unmatched.
It's unmatched for beauty and wonder plus it has endless potential for life-long learning.
For the past five years, the company's hardware designs have been unmatched in the computer industry.
Such is the fruit of a decade of commercial lawlessness unmatched anywhere in our history.
These communities, because of poverty and culture, have a sense of frugality that is unmatched-a powerful tool for change.
And there's a beguiling innocence in the film-making that might be unmatched in the medium's history.
Trade is contracting again, at a rate unmatched in the post-war period.
These appear with a frequency unmatched by other publications.
If there is or is going to be a backlash it is because of the growth in population unmatched with investment in infrastructure.
The first was an unrivalled network of political donors, on which he built a faction whose clout remains unmatched.
And in any market there is a lot of opportunity for unmatched labor and small temporary work tasks.
Its capacity for renewal and change is unmatched in all things except politics.
Facing the unknown, with all its dangers, they also enjoyed an unmatched sense of freedom.
It offers unmatched diversity and features ancient rain forests, glaciated mountains and wild, ever-changing beaches.
Staying at a hotel near the seaside has its advantages, including the fresh air and unmatched views.
The reward for the effort is an unmatched panoramic view over the island and ocean.
Upgraded tickets are available, providing an oceanfront table for unmatched views of the sunset and ocean.
Problem there, is that public sector workers have job security unmatched in the private workplace.
His talent for spotting detail, for capturing in prose the slightest shift in light or in a character's mood was unmatched.
With that comes an unmatched ability to drive the agenda of the nation and the world.

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