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  • r  in a relative manner; by comparison to something else
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  • CSN: Orioles beat Red Sox, move 10 over .500
    BALTIMORE – After struggling to a 13-inning win on Thursday, the Orioles had a comparatively easy time a night later. It took only the regulation nine innings for the Orioles to move 10 games over .500.
    June 15, 2013 - NBC NEWS
  • Are Credit Unions Saying No to More Small Businesses?
    During the Great Recession, banks battered by the financial crisis lent less to small businesses. Credit unions picked up some of the slack, using comparatively strong financial health to fill the demand for small business loans.
    June 15, 2013 - BusinessWeek
  • Changeable weather trends affect NY
    While New York has seen more severe weather events in recent years, it's still comparatively calm — enough that it may attract folks fleeing harsh weather elsewhere  
    June 14, 2013 - Canandaigua Daily Messenger

  • Fred Goodwin in Wall Street Journal
    Although the pandemic appears to have moderate severity in comparatively well-off countries, it is prudent to anticipate a bleaker picture as the virus spreads to areas with limited resources, poor health care, and a high prevalence of underlying... Margaret Chan Arab News Jun 11, 2009 20137 28123 comparatively Although some of our businesses have been affected by the challenging market conditions, the group's underlying earnings trajectory has remained comparatively unaffected," said Chief Executive Fred Goodwin in a statement.
  • Porntip Rojanasunan in FOXNews
    The police and military generally use American (tear gas), but it's expensive _ much more expensive,Pornthip said. "But comparatively, the American (tear gas) is safer."

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