Faruk is an unmatched in rural roles.
That frontrow is unmatched in the world.
They are virtually unmatched in the world.
The successful recording-artist per capita ratio in the UK of direct African descent is unmatched in the diaspora.
His consistency was unmatched by anyone.
Your brain has capabilities unmatched by any machine.
It is an accomplishment unmatched by any one on this list.
It's led to a prosperity and a standard of living unmatched by the rest of the world.
Since becoming an MP in 1997, he has acquired an enmity in the Tory party unmatched by anyone else in parliament.
Now hardware/architecture support is where Linux is the strongest and unmatched by any other kernel in the world.
The comfort is unmatched for a bike.
His 3 for 8 that knocked out Royal Challengers was unmatched for its hostile accuracy and frightening pace.
A decent side, which had been unmatched for some time, came up against an excellent Forest in one of the best 0-0 draws you'll ever see.
But in fact, within the limits of Herodotus's historical framework, in fact he was a superb scientific historian, unmatched for many centuries.
Now she taught herself old Italian and made a translation in terza rima of The Divine Comedy unmatched for its popularity and the clarity of its notes.
In an age of fierce tribal wars Te Rauparaha was unmatched for his ferocity, and vanquished foes almost invariably ended their careers in the Ngati Toa cooking pots.
The Center is unmatched as a reproductive rights organization in its expertise on U.
Benedict may be indubitably pious and unmatched as a scholar-pope but, on his watch, the Catholic Church has sunk into a morass of unprecedented scandal.
Both the histories he wrote and his own judgements that shaped them remain unmatched as a guide to humanity oscillating between emancipation and despair.
Reformatted and published as books in the ' 80s then television films in the ' 90s, Tales of the City is unmatched as a diary, however fictional, of San Franciscans.
His success is unmatched on our dark continent.
This feat is remarkable, but not unmatched on the Indian side.
Shabbat is a time for peace, harmony, tranquillity, community and spirituality that is unmatched on any other day.
What if he hadn't put in that awful challenge in the 1991 FA Cup Final? What if? The talent and imagination were unmatched on these shores, except for one, Matthew Le Tissier.
Nicole Farquharson 11/27/2012 - 4:45 AM Pig is a voracious animal in eating unmatched to other animals.
Artorias had an unbendable will of steel, and was unmatched with a greatsword.
Our sporting facilities are unmatched at university level in Ireland.
Our location is unmatched at the intersection of Clayton Road and US Highway 64/40.
There are some things about SxSW Interactive that are unmatched at any other conference.
While in some case the Europeans outdid the Americans, there is one genre they've always been unmatched at.
His personal qualities and virtues are unmatched throughout the world.