What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
A tied race, contest, etc: The election ended in a dead heat
[1796+ Horse racing; fr dead, ''absolute, total, thorough,'' related to the finality of death, and heat, ''a single course of a race,'' related either to a single firing or heating of a mass of metal, or to the heating of the body in running, or to both]