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There are many parallels between the two attacks.
The parallels with developments in the software industry are clear for all to see.
This attempt at government reform has parallels in several other countries.
There is no parallel in modern history for the military superiority the United States currently has.
Woods is a golfer without parallel (=no one is better) in terms of talent.
This is the British English definition of parallel. View American English definition of parallel.
the long central part of a church where people sit
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