level-pegging

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level-pegging

[ˌlevlˈpegɪŋ] Nigualdad f, situación f de empate
it's level-pegging nowvan muy iguales, están empatados
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It was level-pegging at 16-16 after both sides crossed for two converted tries in the first half.
The points brought them level-pegging with Washington in the table.
However, recognition does not translate into votes - Ms Wood and Mr Jones stand level-pegging on approval ratings and Plaid remain third, behind Labour and the Conservatives, in voters' intentions for Assembly election.
THE Conservatives and Labour go into the fi-nal days of the General Election campaign on level-pegging, according to a new opinion poll.
While annual salary increases for men and women, averaged across all levels, have been level-pegging at 2.
Kenny Jackett's men are now level-pegging on 67 points with Orient, who continued their impressive campaign with a 2-0 home win over eighth-placed Swindon.
Bayern is currently vying for top spot in the Bundesliga alongside Borussia Dortmund, with both clubs level-pegging on 16 points, and has already added the UEFA Super Cup to their collection of trophies this season, following a penalties victory over Chelsea.
The other winning rinks were Joy Cooke with Jeanette Douglas (both Solihull Municipal), Margaret Boldy and Hilary Smith (both Wellesbourne) with a score of 19-6 against Ruth Reason's team - Jenny Corn with Hazel Goodman, Chris Richards (all Lillington) and June Hands (Ilmington) who were level-pegging most of the way and were 11-10 at 15 ends, but six shots on the next three resulted in a final score of 17-10 against Elaine Taylor's team.
How many games last season were we level-pegging at half-time, only to lose by 20 to 30 points at full-time?
David Pipe may have been disappointed to see Grands Crus beaten in the Paddy Power Gold Cup but his double yesterday kept him level-pegging with Nicholls as top trainer at the meeting with four wins each.
Even when it was level-pegging around the halfway mark, I never doubted him.
The two parties are now level-pegging on 36 per cent, according to the poll, whereas last week Labour led by 38 per cent to 35 per cent.