equitable vs equal

equitable equal

Definitions

  • 1) Marked by or having equity.
  • 2) Fair, just, or impartial.
  • 3) law Relating to the general principles of justice that correct or supplement the provisions of the law.
  • 4) Showing or characterized by equity; just and fair. synonym: fair.
  • 5) Resolved not simply according to the strict letter of the law but in accordance with principles of substantial justice and the unique facts of the case.
  • 6) Of or relating to rights historically enforced in courts of equity.
  • 7) Possessing or exhibiting equity; according to natural right or natural justice; marked by a due consideration for what is fair, unbiased, or impartial; just.
  • 8) (Law) That can be sustained or made available or effective in a court of equity, or upon principles of equity jurisprudence
  • 9) fair to all parties as dictated by reason and conscience
  • 10) Pertaining to or dependent upon strict equity or justice; regarding or relating to abstract right in individual cases: applied in law to the administration of justice by courts of equity, and to the principles established and methods of procedure practised by them: as, equitable rights or remedies; equitable rules or powers. See equity.
  • 11) According to the principles of equity; just and right under all the circumstances of the particular case; fair and equal: as, an equitable decision; an equitable distribution.
  • 12) Property belonging to the estate of a decedent by law not subject to payment of his debts in course of administration, but voluntarily charged by the testator with payment of debts generally, or upon which equity fastens a trust for that purpose.

Definitions

  • 1) A person or thing of equal status to others.
  • 2) obsolete State of being equal; equality.
  • 3) One not inferior or superior to another; one having the same or a similar age, rank, station, office, talents, strength, or other quality or condition; an equal quantity or number.”
  • 4) The state of being equal; equality.
  • 5) One who or that which is not different in all or some respects from another; specifically, one who is not inferior or superior to another; a person having the same or a similar age, rank, station, office, talents, strength, etc.
  • 6) not comparable The same in all respects.
  • 7) comparable Adequate; sufficiently capable or qualified.
  • 8) mathematics, not comparable Exactly identical, having the same value.
  • 9) obsolete Fair, impartial.
  • 10) Not variable; equable; uniform; even.
  • 11) (Mus.) See Temperament.
  • 12) Bearing a suitable relation; of just proportion; having competent power, abilities, or means; adequate.
  • 13) (Mus.), rare Intended for voices of one kind only, either all male or all female; -- opposed to mixed.
  • 14) Agreeing in quantity, size, quality, degree, value, etc.; having the same magnitude, the same value, the same degree, etc.; -- applied to number, degree, quantity, and intensity, and to any subject which admits of them; neither inferior nor superior, greater nor less, better nor worse; corresponding; alike; ; houses of equal size; persons of equal stature or talents; commodities of equal value.
  • 15) Evenly balanced; not unduly inclining to either side; characterized by fairness; unbiased; impartial; equitable; just.
  • 16) Of the same interest or concern; indifferent.
  • 17) (Math.) Exactly agreeing with respect to quantity.
  • 18) having the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task
  • 19) having the same quantity, value, or measure as another
  • 20) To be equivalent to; to match
  • 21) informal To have as its consequence.
  • 22) mathematics To be equal to, to have the same value as; to correspond to.
  • 23) be identical or equivalent to
  • 24) Of the same interest or concern; of like moment or importance.
  • 25) Having a just relation or proportion; correspondent; commensurate.
  • 26) Even; uniform; not variable; equable: as, an equal mind.
  • 27) Fair, even-handed.
  • 28) Synonyms Equable, regular, unvarying.
  • 29) To be equal; match.
  • 30) Adequate; having competent power, ability, or means: with to: as, the army was not equal to the contest; we are not equal to the undertaking.
  • 31) To make equivalent to; recompense fully; answer in full proportion.
  • 32) Equally; in a manner equal (to).
  • 33) Impartial; not biased; just; equitable; not unduly favorable to any party: as, the terms and conditions of the contract are equal; equal laws.
  • 34) Proportionate, conformable, equivalent.
  • 35) In botany, symmetrical, as applied to leaves and to various organs of cryptogams; of uniform thickness, as the stipe of an agaric.
  • 36) Fair,even-handed.
  • 37) To count or consider as equal; make comparable.
  • 38) Fit, competent.
  • 39) Of the same rank or dignity; having a common level or standing; having the same rights, interests, etc.: as, we are all equal in the sight of God.
  • 40) Having one measure; the same in magnitude, quantity, degree, amount, worth, value, or excellence.
  • 41) Fit,competent.
  • 42) To be or become equal to; be commensurate with; be as great as; correspond to or be on a level with in any respect; be adequate to: as, your share equals mine; no other dramatist equals Shakspere.
  • 43) In entomology, same as equate.
  • 44) Tobeequal;match.
  • 45) To make equal or equal to; to equalize; hence, to compare or regard as equals; to put on equality.
  • 46) To make equal return to; to recompense fully.
  • 47) To be or become equal to; to have the same quantity, the same value, the same degree or rank, or the like, with; to be commen�urate with.

Examples

  • 1) That seems to me to be both fair and equitable.
  • 2) How can that be fair or equitable?
  • 3) How can anyone think it fair or equitable to arbitrarily make wholesale changes without my agreement?
  • 4) My concern is that there should be equitable treatment of these cases.
  • 5) It is an an issue of equitable treatment.
  • 6) They are also a relatively objective and equitable way of distributing valuable resources.
  • 7) Our fees are the most sustainable and equitable way of enabling that investment.
  • 8) And how we will allow individuals to contribute to their care in an equitable way.
  • 9) Unsurprisingly consumers will lose confidence in insurance if equitable treatment is seen to be at the discretion of the insurer.
  • 10) That the banks have reached a more equitable distribution between their employees and shareholders has shown up in better than expected results.
  • 11) As this example suggests, the primary purpose of job evaluation is to establish the foundation for a fair and equitable compensation system.
  • 12) Still, the new system seems reasonable, equitable and safe.
  • 13) A salary review is to determine a fair and equitable salary in light of responsibilities, skills, and experience.
  • 14) For these processes to work they must command support, and they will only command support if they are seen as equitable, truly just and fair.
  • 15) And should there be no check put to this disintegration of society, then must come what the radicals are now so anxious to obtain, the equitable adjustment -- and in that case it is a problem how far that may not be really _equitable_; for society may, by degrees, arrive to a state so anomalous as to warrant that the few should be sacrificed for the benefit of the community at large.
  • 16) To help local government, we are introducing what we call the equitable share of revenue for local government.
  • 17) Divorce will become more difficult due to the taxes on alimony, while a husband will be freed of all responsibility to maintain equitable treatment of his wives if he engages in polygamy -- in Islam, polygamy is explicitly forbidden in the Quran unless the husband is capable of treating his wives in a perfectly equal fashion.
  • 18) What I think Google needs to do to make that equitable is to also reward the sites that the user visits to make the decision as to what ad it should show.
  • 19) One way to be more equitable is to insure no more than $100,000 in deposits, limited to cover for someone in a 5 year period of time and pegged to their SS Number, and limited further by not allowing someone to get more than $100,000 simply by splitting their deposits among multiple institutions.
  • 20) The only way to make it fair and equitable is to grant true joint custody. 6 months w/mommy, 6 months w/daddy and no money changing hands.
  • 21) Her dreams of parenthood, apparently formed while tripping across green New Haven quadrangles on her way to feminist-theory classes, were starkly different: "I had wanted us to be a mother and a father raising children side by side, the man moving into the world of children, the woman into the world of work, in equitable balance, maybe each working flexibly from home, the two making the same world and sharing the same experiences and values."
  • 22) ‘To be negotiable and have legitimacy, commitments generally need to be perceived to be reasonably fair and equitable.’
  • 23) ‘The differential rates system was introduced at the start of this financial year to make rates fair and equitable.’
  • 24) ‘We must all be vigilant before our fair and equitable system of health provision is dismantled before our eyes.’
  • 25) ‘We wanted to come up with a fair, equitable and easy way to reward bloggers for their writing.’
  • 26) ‘I've always made the case that we should not get more than Irish, that would not be fair or equitable.’
  • 27) ‘Secondly, I cannot imagine how it could be streamlined in a fair and equitable manner.’
  • 28) ‘The needs of the elderly and their carers must be addressed if we are to have a fair and equitable society.’
  • 29) ‘Many now wished to return and it was fair and equitable that they should be assisted by the state.’
  • 30) ‘He called for a fairer and more equitable funding formula to be introduced.’
  • 31) ‘All anyone can ask for is fair and equitable treatment under the law, and that's what we are not getting.’
  • 32) ‘Churchill was right to say that a fair and equitable penal system lies at the heart of a healthy civilisation.’
  • 33) ‘The basis of good governance is fair and equitable representation of all stakeholders.’
  • 34) ‘Do we feel our present taxation system is fair and equitable?’
  • 35) ‘They are expected to protect all the athletes and to ensure fair and equitable competition.’
  • 36) ‘The new programme will be based on clear rules and criteria, ensuring that access is fair and equitable.’
  • 37) ‘But this case must be the most flagrant disregard for what is supposed to be a fair and equitable system we have seen.’
  • 38) ‘If sacrifice is called for then fair and equitable treatment must be the order of the day.’
  • 39) ‘Emphasis on equitable distribution would truly alleviate the crime situation.’
  • 40) ‘There was still a long way to go towards, among other things, an equitable distribution of skills.’
  • 41) ‘Economic growth was important, but so too was the equitable distribution of wealth.’
  • 42) ‘So far, we have been considering what happens if the tenant under an equitable lease assigns his interest.’
  • 43) ‘These cases are the equitable counterpart of common law cases where the principle of res ipsa loquitur is invoked.’
  • 44) ‘equitable mortgages can also arise from an agreement for value to give a legal mortgage and on the mortgage of an equitable interest.’
  • 45) ‘Any number of equitable interests can be carved out of the equitable ownership of a share.’
  • 46) ‘A suit in equity was instituted between two parties resident in England to enforce an equitable lien to land situate abroad.’

Examples

  • 1) The other big driving force has been equal pay.
  • 2) All cut the same number of calories from food intake and also burned up an equal amount.
  • 3) The modern game now has equal numbers of men and women and various ethnicities.
  • 4) It is clearly a topic that concerns and excites in equal measure.
  • 5) They have been refused equal rights to education, healthcare and marriage.
  • 6) No crime number equals no claim - another pleasing win for insurers.
  • 7) Let's keep talking about this issue until things are equal.
  • 8) Now many of my female friends in the City have set up groups to mentor younger women and fight for equal pay.
  • 9) Their relationship changed from 2013 where they were given equal opportunity and then again in 2014 when they could win races and the championship.
  • 10) To have equal rights is still a big job for women.
  • 11) There is more social mobility in more equal societies and less obesity.
  • 12) This continues until money demand has been reduced sufficiently to equal money supply.
  • 13) There are almost equal numbers of men and women on the payroll.
  • 14) This is one plus one equals two.
  • 15) You have to have an equal measure of concern and love.
  • 16) These need not be equal in size as the majority of people have three main meals daily.
  • 17) No one could argue that equal pay for equal work is fair and just.
  • 18) Surely by now we should be on an equal footing with men in all careers?
  • 19) The big summer drink plus ice cream equals our new favourite summer pudding.
  • 20) They wanted them to be of equal status.
  • 21) Maybe we all need to stop and think about what equals a good time.
  • 22) The maths would suggest that speed plus jumping ability equals a cracking long jump.
  • 23) Of equal importance was the fact that staff now felt that their work was better understood.
  • 24) Or are some games are more equal than others?
  • 25) The equal rights law does not seem to apply to the entertainment business.
  • 26) Surely a very long lunch can provide equal amounts of joy.
  • 27) This means that the regulatory costs of just three policy objectives are equal to the average land value.
  • 28) But other things were not equal.
  • 29) Therefore the probability of rise equals 52 percent.
  • 30) ‘In estimating, it can be assumed that the yield of the concrete will be approximately equal to the quantity of gravel used.’
  • 31) ‘The amount of the deduction is equal to the value of the stock contributed.’
  • 32) ‘The sum of the angles of a triangle is equal to two right angles.’
  • 33) ‘Milk should be frozen in portions approximately equal to the amount needed for one or two feedings.’
  • 34) ‘For example, a student knows that 32 degrees Fahrenheit is freezing and is equal to 0 degrees Celsius.’
  • 35) ‘But it is still not clear how to find an efficient allocation in which the value of consumption is equal to income for all consumers.’
  • 36) ‘The amount of money taken in was roughly equal to the amount of money paid out.’
  • 37) ‘Nearly equal amounts of the hormone are derived from the adrenal glands and the ovaries.’
  • 38) ‘Night and day are in perfect balance, only twice a year do day and night become equal in length.’
  • 39) ‘We begin with a law of international relations: no action involving two countries has equal effects on each.’
  • 40) ‘York-based Northern Spirit are recruiting 50 new drivers and say they want an equal number of applications from both sexes.’
  • 41) ‘Several forms of verbal therapy have roughly equal effects, he noted.’
  • 42) ‘This team observed that fatty meals produce as much reflux over six hours as a balanced meal with an equal number of calories.’
  • 43) ‘He also knows the critical letters will be balanced by an equal number of friendly letters.’
  • 44) ‘Overall, the acts and scenes comprising the narrative of folktales of this type are roughly equal in length.’
  • 45) ‘The film has its fascinating and tedious elements, in nearly equal measure.’
  • 46) ‘Everywhere you look, this concept inspires admiration and trepidation in almost equal measure.’
  • 47) ‘Few of the items produced within the country are considered equal in quality to foreign products.’
  • 48) ‘In very rare cases, the right and left groove appear equal in size.’
  • 49) ‘Trim off the ends of each package and slice each into five equal portions.’
  • 50) ‘Legislation giving women status as equal partners in marriage was passed in 1993.’
  • 51) ‘He is not equal in status to the other citizens.’
  • 52) ‘This experience reinforced American egalitarianism, the belief that everyone is equal in status.’
  • 53) ‘We are taught that all men are created equal in the eyes of God and there is only one God.’
  • 54) ‘No one is above the law and everyone is equal before the law.’
  • 55) ‘Under a human-rights focused democracy, all people are equal before the law.’
  • 56) ‘In respect to civil rights, all citizens are equal before the law.’
  • 57) ‘The thesis is that in traditional Aboriginal societies, women were equal to men and treated with respect.’
  • 58) ‘French authorities contend the principle of secularism is meant to make everybody equal.’
  • 59) ‘"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights, " it declared.’
  • 60) ‘Women are finally becoming equal with men and not before time.’
  • 61) ‘Weren't women already equal in the eyes of the law?’
  • 62) ‘All humans are born free and equal in dignity and rights.’
  • 63) ‘Can citizens be considered equal if they possess very different degrees of economic power?’
  • 64) ‘We're all more or less equal: let the calculators do the dividing.’
  • 65) ‘Article 1: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.’
  • 66) ‘Until gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people are fully equal under law, we are second-class citizens.’
  • 67) ‘I will do everything in my power to fight for fair and equal treatment.’
  • 68) ‘The report found pregnancy discrimination, equal pay, harassment, access to employment and promotion, and dismissal as causes of complaint.’
  • 69) ‘They also indicated in large numbers that they hoped to end segregation and discrimination and receive equal, just, and fair treatment.’
  • 70) ‘Article 26 provides that all persons are equal before the law and are entitled without any discrimination to the equal protection of the law.’
  • 71) ‘The primary goal of school reform must be to provide more equal education opportunities.’
  • 72) ‘equal pay is also historically significant in the context of age and race.’
  • 73) ‘Until the achievement of equal pay in 1974, men fared better than women.’
  • 74) ‘Student Services created Services for Students with Disabilities to provide equal access and opportunities to students with disabilities.’
  • 75) ‘You must have been playing this ‘ignorance is bliss’ game for a while now if you believe that we all have equal rights and opportunities here.’
  • 76) ‘As adults we all have equal status - not economically, not in terms of our beauty, our background or how nice our parents are, but in terms of our rights.’
  • 77) ‘These valuable resources will be managed through a local community structure working on the ethos of equal access to opportunities for all.’
  • 78) ‘I asked for equal rights and opportunities and I tried my hardest to achieve it.’
  • 79) ‘A professional equal opportunities approach must underpin appointments, otherwise the same old faces will reappear.’
  • 80) ‘In the 1960s she worked to improve women's access to education and training and to promote equal pay and opportunity.’
  • 81) ‘Instead, all property should be owned collectively, and all people should have equal social and economic status.’
  • 82) ‘Labour health spokesperson Liz McManus said the party was committed to providing equal access to a high-quality health service.’
  • 83) ‘No one is safe unless and until we all share equal protection under the same laws.’
  • 84) ‘What we advocate is not that everyone is the same, but rather, all should have equal access to opportunity.’
  • 85) ‘Although people claim there is an even playing field now and all access to opportunities is equal, it's not yet true.’
  • 86) ‘I admit that I prefer working with men and I am in favour of equal employment opportunities.’
  • 87) ‘After all, these were just two small units in a vast country where every Soviet citizen enjoyed equal rights and opportunities.’
  • 88) ‘The duel - more equal and balanced in the play than in the film, where the camera unfairly favours Nicholson - is a showdown between two opposed acting styles.’
  • 89) ‘At first, it seemed reasonable; everyone had fairly equal responsibilities, which I noted she never bothered with herself.’
  • 90) ‘It is difficult to foster and feed the kind of balanced, equal relationship that can sustain us into the future.’
  • 91) ‘You cannot sort of just parachute in without opportunity for open and equal competition as part of the process.’
  • 92) ‘Will ‘close’ allies be persuaded to buy the US technologies as the price of a more equal relationship on the ground?’
  • 93) ‘The scrum is supposed to be an equal contest and you would expect a pack of 900 kg to dominate a pack of 800 kg.’
  • 94) ‘I'm no great fan of his but I do like to see an equal contest and I don't think that's what we're getting in this campaign.’
  • 95) ‘War serves a good purpose when it is an equal fight.’
  • 96) ‘Against the wind in the second half, Confey now had to face a far tougher challenge but they were equal to the task.’
  • 97) ‘The people of York have proved themselves equal to the task.’
  • 98) ‘With her comprehensive research, sound analysis, and engaging style, Williams proves herself equal to the task.’
  • 99) ‘He soon proved himself more than equal to the demands of combat soldiering.’
  • 100) ‘I just don't feel equal to the challenge that I'm facing now.’
  • 101) ‘After reading the screenplay Stalin noted, " comrade Eisenstein proved himself equal to the task".’
  • 102) ‘Bergerac has an under-appreciated white wine, Monbazillac, that is almost the equal of many Sauternes and much less expensive.’
  • 103) ‘He was now a land owner - the equal of his former employers.’
  • 104) ‘The stairways and the timbers used have had few equals in the present day.’
  • 105) ‘Consider the statement: Women are, and should be treated as, the equals of men.’
  • 106) ‘At last, an intelligent email from an intellectual equal.’
  • 107) ‘In the pantheon of funnymen, Rodney was, and still is, without equal.’
  • 108) ‘I've eaten at a lot of Chinese restaurants on three different continents, and this was easily the equal of the best of them.’
  • 109) ‘Marina, on the other hand, is pretty, uninhibited, and not Holly's intellectual equal.’
  • 110) ‘In any event, the dishes were the equal of anything I've ever tasted anywhere in the world.’
  • 111) ‘Indeed, one of the fundamental demands of striking workers in the preceding years was to be treated as the equal of their masters.’
  • 112) ‘I think that winning the Champions League would allow us to step up to another level and to become the equal of the great European clubs.’
  • 113) ‘A dozen short stories precede the novella, a reminder that while Updike may not be the equal of, say, Carver, in that genre he has few equals among his contemporaries.’
  • 114) ‘Vegetarians' concern for animals and their refusal to treat animals cruelly does not mean that they regard animals as equals.’
  • 115) ‘But generally, the standard is high - these funny and charming wannabes are the equal of many stand-ups I've seen on the circuit.’
  • 116) ‘The SAS is Great Britain's most elite force, the equal of any special forces group in the world.’
  • 117) ‘For Juliet the relief must come from realising she has produced an album the equal of, if not better than, ‘Burn The Black Suit’.’
  • 118) ‘She had never done so before, but she doubted that she was meant to be his intellectual equal anymore.’
  • 119) ‘In the United States, most things are done by the private sector, and most things here are at least the equal of their counterparts everywhere in the world.’
  • 120) ‘Now we can negotiate as equals with the administration.’
  • 121) ‘I consider myself one of the best producers in New York, and she's easily my equal, if not my superior.’
  • 122) ‘The first thing to note about the 8% figure quoted by the prime minister is that it does not equal the amount of total EU income spent on health care.’
  • 123) ‘Table VII shows that the number of paper-cutting opportunities nearly equaled the total number of paper-folding opportunities in the ten textbooks.’
  • 124) ‘Euler asserts that the sum of the harmonic series equals the natural logarithm of infinity plus a quantity that is nearly a constant.’
  • 125) ‘For example, total charges must equal total credits.’
  • 126) ‘The total amount of the invoice equalled the amount of finance available, namely £14.5 millions.’
  • 127) ‘A circle and square have an equal area only if the ratio between a side of the square and a radius of the circle equals the square root of pi.’
  • 128) ‘To emphasize the nature of rent as a surplus, George notes that wages plus returns to capital goods equal the total produce minus rent.’
  • 129) ‘But since equity equals assets minus total debt, a company decreases its equity by increasing debt.’
  • 130) ‘Net consumption divided by total capital invested equals a rate of profit of 11.11%.’
  • 131) ‘The amount equals the compensation the European Union is seeking for the impact of the tax breaks on businesses in the union.’
  • 132) ‘Under our assumptions, $.50 divided by 1.5 equals $.33.’
  • 133) ‘The formula that represents power density is watts times time, divided by spot size, equals power density.’
  • 134) ‘The cost would roughly equal the amount currently spent by oil companies on petroleum exploration and production.’
  • 135) ‘Regional totals of disease incidence or patients receiving treatment often do not equal the sum of published country specific figures.’
  • 136) ‘The net worth of the 30 richest Americans equals approximately $500 billion.’
  • 137) ‘Yet 371 people were arrested, equaling approximately 40 people per incident.’
  • 138) ‘Daily calcium intake should equal approximately 1500 mg of elemental calcium.’
  • 139) ‘Total seed number per plant equals the sum of seeds over all mature fruits.’
  • 140) ‘Exports of such services equalled 0.6 percent of all exports of goods and services in 2000.’
  • 141) ‘Your daily calorie intake should equal approximately 13 times your body weight if you're active.’
  • 142) ‘This time the Trophy Match equalled the flawless performance of the other two.’
  • 143) ‘Publicly, she may well claim she aims to smash her final imprint into the record book, equalling the record of 20 Wimbledon titles garnered by Billie Jean King.’
  • 144) ‘Browne's time in the 60m sprint equalled his best performance this year, which has him ranked in the top 10 nationally.’
  • 145) ‘With the big serves in today's tennis, I'm not sure this match will ever be equalled.’
  • 146) ‘The women's fourth-place finish equaled their best ever performance set at last year's conference meet while the men's fifth-place finish was one better than last year.’
  • 147) ‘One of the main differences between the sides was that the losers could not equal the performances of a number of players in key positions.’
  • 148) ‘Graeme Smith's South Africa needed a win to equal Australia's world record of 21 unbeaten matches set in 2003.’
  • 149) ‘The record was not equalled until August this year by Arsene Wenger's awesome Arsenal side.’
  • 150) ‘Airports consume land, energy and dumping capacity at rates rarely equalled anywhere else.’
  • 151) ‘McEvoy equalled the course record and snatched the halfway lead, before tailing off.’
  • 152) ‘The time of 2: 15.10 on a firm course equals the course record.’
  • 153) ‘How could he have done something to equal what I had done?’
  • 154) ‘His fury at his compatriots is only equalled by his contempt for the Americans.’
  • 155) ‘You were a true professional, whose paranoia equalled only my own.’
  • 156) ‘His love of sport was only equalled by his developed love of history.’
  • 157) ‘Unfortunately for Mackie, the men managed to equal that feat within the next two hours.’
  • 158) ‘At Goodwood today, it is odds-on that a horse will equal a feat not seen in 30 years.’
  • 159) ‘Five centuries - equalling the best ever total in a best-of - 25-frames match - were the highlights.’
  • 160) ‘He already has equaled his stolen base total from 1999.’
  • 161) ‘He has now scored five tries in just three appearances this season, equalling his total for the entire 1998 season and out-stripping the two he managed last term.’
  • 162) ‘Both universities have started educational campaigns to teach students that downloading copyrighted songs equals intellectual property theft.’
  • 163) ‘What these works reveal most vividly is that suburban history is, more than anything else, a story in which property equals power.’
  • 164) ‘A danger to his property equaled a direct danger to him.’
  • 165) ‘Or as is said in economics, private benefit equals social benefit.’
  • 166) ‘The relationship between culture and society is not, as Okri appears to suggest, one of strict equivalence, as in great society equals great culture.’
  • 167) ‘Personal trainer Paul Leong agrees that fitness without proper nutrition equals poor results in overall health and weight loss.’
  • 168) ‘The formula would be privatization plus deregulation equals efficiency.’
  • 169) ‘Lost quality equals lost income, while the farmgate price for cereals continues to be depressed.’
  • 170) ‘The kind of space that I want to create is one where men do not think that a short skirt equals consent.’
  • 171) ‘In this case, as in English common law, silence equals consent.’
  • 172) ‘But I still don't understand why tragedy plus time equals profit.’
  • 173) ‘But in this industry, status does not necessarily equal dollars or employment.’
  • 174) ‘Let's talk about this: no breathing equals no oxygen equals total exhaustion.’
  • 175) ‘What you mean cannot equal what you say, because words and meaning are not identical.’
  • 176) ‘But to the extent that virility equals violence it is not a vital force but only a cover for the real frigidity.’
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