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Stephen Bayley, cultural critic and Londoner, said the fresh, foreign impetus had left London unrivaled.Wealth Report: London, Not New York, Is World’s Greatest City|Nico Hines|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the case of Hezbollah, it is the biggest Lebanese sectarian community—the Shiites, among whom they are the unrivaled leaders.Is Syria Being 'Lebanized' or is Lebanon Being 'Syrianized'?|Hussein Ibish|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The return on investment will be unrivaled,” Haaretz reports, “and reach an annual return of 7.3 percent.Discriminating Against Arabs Costs Israel Billions|Emily L. Hauser|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What cable news does do, unrivaled, is broadcast images of events to a large global audience.
That gives Beijing unrivaled leverage over Pyongyang and its ruling class's entrenched patronage system.China's Coverage of North Korea Is Bizarrely Glowing|Dan Levin|December 22, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The accompanying pictures give some faint idea of the unrivaled charm of this unique trip.Scenic Mount Lowe and Its Wonderful Railway|George Wharton James
Lake Chuzenji, at the foot of Nantai-zan, is unrivaled for beauty, and is hardly surpassed in any land.The Gist of Japan|R. B. Peery
As market gardens they are unrivaled, and to them Mexico is indebted for its abundant supplies.Mexico and its Religion|Robert A. Wilson
When all the plans are carried out the city will have unrivaled facilities for the study of civilization, past and present.
Today more modern towns are located about the curved shore of this unrivaled bay.The Harris-Ingram Experiment|Charles E. Bolton