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  1. Key Member
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      • Polish
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    #1

    no less or equallly - or something else

    Hello.

    The Department in town B, which has operated since 1968, is (no less) equally experienced.I am comparring the Department in town B with the Department in town A. The Department in town B is not much worse than the Department in town A.Is it possible for me to say that "The Department in town B, which has operated since 1968, is equally experienced" or "The Department in town B, which has operated since 1968, is no less experienced"?

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: no less or equallly - or something else

    Either sentence is OK. I'd choose equally​.
    I am not a teacher.

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