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SECOND. A measure equal to one sixtieth part of a minute. Vide Measure.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The community feel and educational standards, it was second to none."
WHEN it comes to pushing the boat out for a good cause, Sunday Mercury readers are second to none.
is slowly coming out of its recession and countries like Russia, China and India are all on a growth curve second to none and they're going to require more and more raw materials.
The Bravo winners, above all, show leadership skills that are second to none. Whether they are overhauling an existing organization, creating a venture or a combination of both, they demonstrate the ability to galvanize a large group to their causes.
Nash said: "The care provided at the hospice is second to none, and I would urge people to sign up and take part in this fantastic event." Fundraiser Antony Jones added: "In celebration of our Golden Anniversary, we have organised the Jordan Desert Challenge.
But the care he received from nurses, doctors and nursing assistants was second to none. That same care was extended to our family during the days and nights we spent there.
I had a really super day and want to take the time to say, my birthday was second to none, a great big Thank you everyone.
His attitude and work-rate are second to none. He always works his socks off and scores goals - and he's done it again here.
His reputation abroad is second to none, and with him will come fresh ideas and methods to take the English game forward.
And this in a county whose GP provision is second to none.
'We are doing exceptionally well at the moment and a lot of that is down to the fact that our buildings are second to none.
"The residential density, which is growing as we speak, is second to none in the city."