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be second to none

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe second to nonebe second to noneBESTto be the best The quality of Britain’s overseas aid programme is second to none. second
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be second to noneHis musical technique is second to none.For those celebrating it's history, the Great Tower is second to none.He is a pianist of extraordinary capability, with a virtuoso technique that is second to none.Its array of futuristic industries is second to none.Mr Caton's record as a schoolmaster is second to none.Mr. Amos Does my right hon. Friend accept that the quality of cultural life in the north-east is second to none?Oh yes, he had performed well in the Sigerson Cup competition and his Higher Education track record is second to none.The quality of Britain's overseas aid programme is second to none.Mark Elder conducts a performance that is second to none in brilliance and precision.
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