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Second

1. See: Second mortgage.

2. See: Second round.
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Villanueva, who is also the author and sponsor of the law declaring August 25 as national tech-voc day, lamented however the perception that blue-collar jobs were 'second-rate' profession.
And now he's dating a second-rate lookalike, Gigi Hadid.
Nick Jones, Traffic Commissioner for the West Midlands and Wales, said Wales gets a "second-rate service" - with Welsh fees subsidising the superior service in England.
A PENSIONER who admitted walking around his garden naked declared: "I'm no second-rate Jimmy Savile."
One might think that the Euroscepticism of a large proportion of the British electorate would lead British MEPs to take a backseat, but British MEPs are in fact far from viewing the European Parliament as a second-rate political playground.
Speaking about the I Feel Love singer who died aged 63 on Thursday, Elton said that "second-rate talent" now sits in her place.
Pietersen admitted he did not know why England's best players had been routinely snubbed by the IPL franchises, claiming they would be better than "some second-rate Australians" who were getting a game.
Last week we had: "It's like living in a second-rate hotel where the guests keep arriving and no-one seems to leave."
HOSPITALS across Merseyside will be left with second-rate computer systems after the disastrous "failure" of the pounds 12.4bn scheme to link-up the entire NHS, MPs warned.
If you seriously believe that people all over the world are interested in a second-rate game in a second rate league then you are delusional.
To call the motorcycle display team second-rate is ridiculous, and the parking was free in most fields and along the roadside.
FOR years, I and other bus users in Hazlerigg have endured a second-rate service from Arriva.