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What does it mean when you post ">" in a sentence

Heres an example: bruce lee > chuck norris. Now, thats just a guess but theres no other way to explain it. Is there another meaning for it?

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It's the math symbol for "greater than".
So someone is saying Bruce lee is greater than Chuck Norris.

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so Lee or Norris?
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Yes Bruce Lee.
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Example " icecream >>>> " icecream is better than anything

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>=greater than, <= less than.

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I see. I had it wrong all along. whats another way of using "a.k.a". I'm looking for other words that are similar yet short like "a.k.a". something that has the same meaning. any help would be appreciated.
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Can't think of any other short "also known as-a.k.a", but here's another one of my favourites; S.O.S. = "same old stuff" or..."same old S---", depending on your mood! Lol!
Will let you know if come up with similar to aka.:-).
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star fun cookies
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Smiles, Sweetest!:-).
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