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We found a nice level spot for a picnic under some pine trees.
They stood next to each other so that their shoulders were level.
My head was level with George's chin.
Make sure the edges are level before you glue them together.
For most of the race he was level with the leader.
She slowed down as she drew level with the house.
At half time the two teams were level.
The Mets are now level with Atlanta in their division.
Gas prices have remained level for the last few months.
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