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n. (plural of counterpart English)

Counterparts (album)

Counterparts is the fifteenth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on October 19, 1993. Counterparts is one of Rush's highest charting albums in the U.S., peaking at #2.

The lyrics of Counterparts continue the trends of Roll the Bones with dark and emotional themes being the primary focus. Some songs are heavy-sounding such as "Animate" and " Stick it Out", which topped the Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart for four weeks in late 1993, becoming the band's fifth single to do so. "Leave That Thing Alone" earned a Grammy nomination for "Best Instrumental Rock Performance". It has been reissued and remastered twice: once in 2004 as a continuation of "The Rush Remasters" series and again in 2013 as a part of the box set'' The Studio Albums 1989–2007''.

Counterparts (short story)

"Counterparts" is a short story by James Joyce published in his 1914 collection Dubliners.

Counterparts (band)

Counterparts is a Canadian melodic hardcore/ metalcore band formed in 2007 in Hamilton, Ontario. The band was influential in the later development of melodic hardcore.

The band currently consists of vocalist Brendan "B" Murphy, guitarists Jesse Doreen and Adrian Lee, bassist Brian Kaczmarczyk and drummer Kelly Bilan. The band's two most recent albums, released through Victory Records and Pure Noise Records, have received critical acclaim from Rock Sound and Exclaim! magazines.

Usage examples of "counterparts".

The Vedas, you must know, are the counterparts for the Hindu of the Torah for the Jew.

Their counterparts have turned up everywhere -- and yet, there was never such a garden, serpent, tree, or deluge.

These are the Buddhist counterparts of the cherubim stationed by Yahweh at the garden gate.

The religious literatures of the world abound in counterparts of those two great lives.

They are of the nature of divinities: and indeed all the gods and demons, Heavens and Hells, are in fact the cosmic counterparts of dream.

Vedas, you must know, are the counterparts for the Hindu of the Torah for the Jew.

The two men had somehow been as unmistakably cops as their Chicago counterparts, though this pair was dressed more sportily.

The couriers knew only their incoming and outgoing counterparts, so that they were organized in cells of three only, another lesson learned from the dead KGB officer.

If the effects of the alien weapon corresponded at all closely to those of its humanly produced counterparts, a more central charge should have killed him quickly.

They worked with their counterparts in the provincial government to help them do whatever it was that they were going to do in terms of trying to improve the democratization of the country, agriculture in the country, food, health, education, and so forth.

We had women who were members of the Viet Cong and carried rifles and went into combat like their male counterparts did.

Many of the colleagues and counterparts that they had in their provinces were not nearly as professional or as competent as I was.

My counterparts on the South Vietnamese delegation, the Four Party Joint Military Team, evacuated their families, but they stayed to the very end and ended up in re-education camps, by and large, after the takeover.

All his life he had been led to believe that sea-commanders were no more than traders, glorified counterparts of the subtle, greedy folk who thronged the Ripar docks, Barratong, though, was none such.