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appropriate in proportion to
  • He gave government positions to forty family members including his wife, Elena, who required forty homes and a commensurate supply of fur and jewels.
    p. 115.9
  • An analysis of more than 160 episodes reveals that black contestants, in both the early and late rounds of the game, are eliminated at a rate commensurate with their trivia-answering abilities.
    p. 76.2

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