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used in Not Without My Daughter

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being equal or essentially equal
  • He also bought me a special gift a gold necklace that cost the equivalent of three thousand dollars.
  • It cost the Iranian equivalent of thirty dollars.
  • Once a child is ready for the Iranian equivalent of first grade, he or she must attend a government school.
  • Through his connections to the turban man's equivalent of the old-boy's network, he was working to help Moody find employment, either to practice medicine or at least teach.
  • Moody was generous, insisting that we order coffee after our meal, although each cup cost the equivalent of four dollars.
  • Our special gift was a bicycle, made in Taiwan, for which we paid the equivalent of $450.

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