egality

NOUN
  1. social and political equality
    egality represents an extreme leveling of society
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How To Use egality In A Sentence

  • Third, this paper gives standard in reviewing of evidence in customs law enforcement, this is, legality, objectivity, adequacy, certifiable and the exclusion of illegal evidence, etc.
  • At his behest, the Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe has been looking at the legality of the EU constitution and it has now announced that it would not rule on it until after there was a final decision on the fate of the EU treaty. Germany to dump EU constitution?
  • He had only been given a later assurance of legality, which contained none of the caveats.
  • I am not arguing the legality per se but the use of the term hack or hacker. Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com
  • But golf officials suspected that some club faces had been resharpened and were often verging on illegality.
  • He has tried to discredit the legality of parliament's inquiry, largely by concentrating on minor technical issues.
  • In such circumstances, neither refusal nor apparent grant of consent would necessarily be the factor that governed the legality of the conduct in question. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is deeply regrettable that both before and since those two spills occurred, much more oil has been spilt due to illegality. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even in the scene where he appears majestic, Ellison uses the comic to downplay his regality.
  • As to the latter, Judge Berzon in her opinion said, “Here, however, Coalition has not proven except by assertion that the remaining detainees have no relationship with anyone who could appropriately serve to litigate the legality of the detention.” The Conservative Assault on the Constitution
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