How To Use Equal In A Sentence

  • She may have arrived late or it is equally possible that she never went there at all.
  • The contours show combinations of mimic phenotypes that are attacked by predators with equal probability.
  • But she's no diva and enjoys her role in the band on equal footing with two men. The Sun
  • Many specialized institutions now equal the university in repute.
  • The orbit of the earth (or the circle which the sun seems to describe round the earth), is called the ecliptic, which is divided into twelve equal parts, called signs, and are distinguished by the following names and marks, [again, the symbols for the signs can be seen in the A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Misses
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  • The police force is committed to being an equal opportunities employer.
  • Oman: three horizontal bands of white, red, and green of equal width with a broad, vertical, red band on the hoist side; the national emblem (a khanjar dagger in its sheath superimposed on two crossed swords in scabbards) in white is centered at the top of the vertical band The 2001 CIA World Factbook
  • In year 2000, central government established the "going out" strategy which is equally important as and to accelerate each other with the " brining in" strategy.
  • One way to draw this is to start with an equilateral triangle, which has three sides of equal length.
  • Fontaine has prettily set it off, and an anonymous writer has composed it in Latin Anacreontic verses; and at length our Prior has given it with equal gaiety and freedom. Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)
  • With no requalifying for the Ryder Cup, no wild-card picks and no apparent animosity, the only thing to talk about has been how poorly many of the team members are playing.
  • We are now told, with equal wonder and admiration, that natural selection is the agent of exquisite design.
  • Nevertheless, women did not enjoy juridical equality in marriage and the family until new family legislation was passed in 1977.
  • These need not be equal in size as the majority of people have three main meals daily. Diets to Help Diabetes
  • His beard went all round under his chin, and was clipped into the appearance of a stiff thick hedge — equally thick, and equally broad, and equally protrusive at all parts. John Caldigate
  • She seemed unfamiliar with the concept that everyone should have an equal opportunity.
  • The common basis of all gumbos is the roux, a roughly equal combination of flour and fat cooked until very nearly burnt; it is the dark smoky roux that gives the gumbo its colour and flavour.
  • Previous vintages of Katnook's Cabernet Sauvignon were equally successful.
  • The river up which we came after leaving the Helmund, is fully equal to that in size; it is very rapid: the ravine is very narrow, occasionally widening into swardy spots. Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries
  • We can well afford to let them stare and smile, well knowing that if a similar amount of prosperity permitted the people of other countries to travel for their pleasure in similar numbers, the result would be at the very least an equally -- shall I say undrawing-room-like contribution to cosmopolitan society? Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 15, No. 87, March, 1875
  • The discussion then went off on a tangent, to the question of how many spheres of equal size could rotate around a central ball of the same size.
  • In the arithmetic of love, one plus one equals everything, and two minus one equals nothing.
  • Browne's time in the 60m sprint equalled his best performance this year, which has him ranked in the top 10 nationally.
  • Worse, as the streams bend to equalize pressure behind the foil, and may set up a turbulent gyre further slowing the foil by induced drag.
  • Equally clearly, in these circumstances the quantity of will be a constraint upon.
  • First, the oxidation state of any atom in an uncombined element is equal to zero.
  • The rigid collar and tandem harness allowed teams to pull with equal strength and greater efficiency.
  • Everyone became equally loud, crude and garrulous, the technically sober behaving identically to the genuinely drunk.
  • This column will doubtless attract accusations of self-indulgence, although you might equally contest that having demanded that my photograph appear at the top of the page and that my name appear in capitals and bold type, that particular ship has sailed. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The mostly German-speaking cantons, or provinces, are divided nearly equally between the two religious affiliations.
  • Equal numbers have congratulated the ad agency for reviving memories of the thrill of discovering a baby is on the way.
  • So were they duetting as equals that evening? Times, Sunday Times
  • Burying one's head in the sand is an equally ineffective tactic. Global Warming, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Howard's belated triumphalism in the South Pacific may be no more successful than Mussolini's equally tardy attempts at empire building in North Africa.
  • The minimum possible bid price is equal to the cancellation price.
  • It was said that national crimes can only be, and frequently are, punished in this world by _national punishments_, and that the continuance of the slave trade, and thus giving it a national character, sanction, and encouragement, ought to be considered as justly exposing us to the displeasure and vengeance of him who is equally the Lord of all, and who views with equal eye the poor _African slave_ and his _American master_! [ The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus
  • Sexual pleasure between Greek male citizens and boys was legitimate and socially sanctioned, however if the boy become a free citizen (an equal) their sexual practice become problematised.
  • The rest of the album is equally mind-churningly inane.
  • In other words, to ensure good governance where all are treated equally and justly.
  • Up to 30,000 government soldiers and an equal number of UNITA troops are set to be 'quartered' as part of the peace agreement signed by Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos and UNITA leader Jonas Savimbi in November 1994. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The two books are more or less equal in length.
  • Equal amounts of flour and sugar should be added to the mixture.
  • Bartenders will drink a shot, and then replace it with an equal amount of water.
  • Text and music do not necessarily coincide in their classification: a ferial text may have a seasonal melody; equally a seasonal, proper or common text may use a ferial melody (eg a short respond or versicle and response).
  • For it is an unexamined assumption that equality must be connected with representation. Times, Sunday Times
  • At the same time, if moral guidance is itself morally repugnant, then self-contempt is equally as abhorrent.
  • This landmark and laudable legislative step would go a long way in women empowerment and gender equality.
  • It was a noble situation — noble as the ancient hau tree, the size of a house, where she sat as if in a house, so spaciously and comfortably house-like was its shade furnished; noble as the lawn that stretched away landward its plush of green at an appraisement of two hundred dollars a front foot to a bungalow equally dignified, noble, and costly. ON THE MAKALOA MAT
  • Equally badly behaved, but a little calmer and better informed, were the massive numbers from the labor unions.
  • There are many alternatives to equities that can prove to be equally dubious while being wrapped in a cloak of respectability. Times, Sunday Times
  • One effort was an adulatory poem, Le Siecle de Louis le Grand, in which he claimed that Louis XIV's world equalled, and surpassed, that of the ancient world.
  • You would have expected a convert to free market economics to have been equally scathing of both public service corporations.
  • In this chapter, we give some operator inequalities and norm inequalities by means of spectral decomposition and functional calculus.
  • The current mob are three away from equalling that tally with 33 games remaining. Times, Sunday Times
  • And Archimedes proved from his axioms on the lever that two unequal weights balance at distances from the fulcrum that are inversely proportional to their weights.
  • Our family of hospitals is wholeheartedly committed to equity and equality.
  • The landlord could be forced to pay compensation equal to three times the sum of the deposit. Times, Sunday Times
  • True, their equaliser was somewhat fortuitous. Times, Sunday Times
  • At last, a women's magazine to explode the myth that thin equals beautiful.
  • Equally, it must promote collegial decision-making in its organisational structure, based on broad consultation with and involvement of different social constituencies.
  • It is much more exciting to focus on popular causes, such as climate change, equal rights, biogenetic engineering, or even alien life, anything but economics. Economics Trumps
  • This second position places high value on equality of conditions-adding social and economic equality to legal equality.
  • The "logic" underlying the sacred cosmos is taken for granted because it is equally applicable to different social situations. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
  • Government regulation did not end inequality or banish corporate influence in politics.
  • Equally, the vendor can pull out if a better offer comes along, or if they retract from the market. Homebuying: A contract to keep the gazumpers from your door
  • These principles apply equally in all cases.
  • He missed an early sitter then equalized with a goal set up by Fowler.
  • Maybe then the Supreme Court would stand up for equality of opportunity, and Gandhi's vision of a casteless society could be realized. Caste Out
  • Our definition is equally acceptable to the classical physicist.
  • Firstly, because this formalistic approach overlooks some real-life dynamics, such as that under the old Stormont regime Catholics were not unequal in law - their subjugation was a matter of informal arrangements. Irish Blogs
  • John is on equal terms with Dick, either in ability or in character.
  • This estimate includes both subaerial and submarine volcanoes, about in equal amounts. What's the carbon footprint of ... a volcano?
  • But its impact on class inequality ... is to sharpen class division.
  • Nothing demotivates people like the equal treatment of unequals.
  • Equality in poverty might mean civil population contentment whereas glaring inequalities sow the seeds of a class struggle or revolution.
  • Equally uncertain is the amount of recoverable oil and gas.
  • Typically, this part of the film is edited so unemphatically that it appears to place equal emphasis on the little boy's bed-wetting and the death of his mother.
  • When we promote equality, we need to make sure that we are promoting equality of opportunity.
  • The French writer, Reybaud, in his "Reformateurs Modernes," published in 1840, made the term equally familiar to the reading public of Continental Europe. Socialism A Summary and Interpretation of Socialist Principles
  • Donate some coffins to the temple, equal to the number of deaths.
  • (Bush and Dr Cheney legacy), not just lock it up in cupboards. another inspiration for my writing is this innovative musician and activist fighting racism, Islamo-phobia and injustice head on through his "Rhythm and beats". although his documentaries and DIY cook book music genre are termed irreverence bordering treason against queen and country and glorifying terrorism among the Pakistani and Muslim youth of Britain, But it is merely exposing the truth about the sentiments of equality, discrimination, integration and assimilation. Pak Tea House
  • There was the glass ceiling, the unequal pay, and while feminine qualities of leadership transformed the work world, they did so often at a cost to personal life.
  • Our thanks are due in equal measure to every member of the team.
  • Some of the most charismatic cloud forest species such as the resplendent quetzal (Pharomacrus mocinno) and three-wattled bellbird (Procnias tricarunculata) are equally dependent on the seasonal moist forests as they migrate annually to these moist forests at the completion of their breeding season. Costa Rican seasonal moist forests
  • In a reply to a correspondent you further elaborate that the rate of profit is being equalized throughout the entire economy.
  • We might describe feminism as a political project to understand and, therefore, to change women's inequality, exploitation, or oppression.
  • There are no disaccords in doing business, realizing social development and equally protecting our environment.
  • `This ain't the equality I'm fighting for," she assured him, marking her outline with commensurate injuries. BAD MEDICINE
  • In contrast to liberty, equality is an almost intangible romantic dream, to be realized sometime in the future.
  • By insisting that Aristotelian forms were spiritual substances distinct from matter, professors equally made room for the logical possibility of bodiless invisible spirits at work in the universe.
  • Gwen essayed to follow with equal skill, but the stile was a very steep and awkward one, and she needed both hands to hold the drake. The Youngest Girl in the Fifth A School Story
  • Employees will work to prequalify iPhone customers while they wait in line; those buyers will receive a claim ticket for the phone, which Apple says can be redeemed on the spot or later the same day by 6PM (or 4PM on Sundays). Apple stores opening early for iPhone customers
  • He faced his enemy with unequaled courage.
  • He did not regard himself as her intellectual equal.
  • Syr. omits this word, and the fenfe being equally good without it, "Thou openeft thy hand, they are filed," the text affords a moft Yemarkable Homoioteluton, no lefs thanyZv lines ending with the plur. verb, and the Nun paragogic. Notes critical and explanatory on the Books of Psalms and Proverbs, intended to correct the grammatical errors of the text from the collations of the mss. by D. Kennicott on the Psalms and by him and De Rossi on the Proverbs; and to restore and elucidate
  • And, by the same argument, if the circumsolar planets were supposed to be let fall at equal distances from the sun, they would, in their descent towards the sun, describe equal spaces in equal times. A History of Science: in Five Volumes. Volume II: The Beginnings of Modern Science
  • The government must promote racial equality.
  • What became obvious about both these women was that their boundless love of cats was matched by their equally boundless hatred of people. Times, Sunday Times
  • In very rare cases, the right and left groove appear equal in size.
  • They wanted an equal, respectful relationship. Times, Sunday Times
  • Shandy Gaff is made with equal parts of beer and ginger ale.
  • I believe in equality of opportunity, not just for fiscal matters but for matters of the heart.
  • Ks still tried to get an equaliser and there was a big shout for handball against Mangdoza from Lee's free kick.
  • Divide the cake into quarters and share it equally.
  • Breathing in and out for an equal length of time is another way to experience expansiveness and balance.
  • Because the square and pentagon have equal areas, they are isoparametric.
  • This exceptionality allows the establishment of a sort of democracy: we are all equal because we all have the right to break the law’.
  • The law is this: The creedalism and immoderateness of Socialism, other things being equal, vary inversely with its age and responsibility. Socialism As It Is A Survey of The World-Wide Revolutionary Movement
  • LMAO the crowd in accra are singing and blowing on their vuvuzelas untill forlan equalizes for uruguay. WN.com - Articles related to Graham Poll: Now let's have penalty goals to beat cheats like Uruguay's Luis Suarez
  • If we condemn Ahmadinejad and other patrons of terrorism, we must, with equal force, commend those Muslim intellectuals and religious leaders who have the courage to speak out publicly against the continued fomentation of Holocaust denial and other manifestations of Judaeophobia in their midst. Menachem Rosensaft: Finding Common Ground
  • It may be the wrong job for you - but equally you may have become set in your ways or stopped being proactive, which has resulted in the work becoming dull and unrewarding.
  • Equally the Tender concentrates the mind wonderfully in a way that a final offer by letter from the insurer can not.
  • Twelve inches is equal to one foot.
  • Only two people have either equaled him or bettered him for a rookie season.
  • Should they too be cross-questioned by new EU thought police about their fitness to work in companies committed under countless EU directives to celebrating diversity and promoting equality?
  • Defoe set up Cole for the second equaliser before scoring the winner.
  • And as an ancient sage once said, ‘Democracy is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder, and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequals alike.’
  • To the victors our sincere congratulations, to the vanquished our equally sincere commiserations.
  • Institutions that formalise such inequality have no place in the 21st century. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nor does he discuss another dialectic, between the Scherzo's anapestic and amphibrach crotchet groups, sublated after the Trio in that startling alla breve succession of equal minims; nor the hunting topos of the Trio.
  • Equally important to urbanization, the nation's population was increasing.
  • But what about so-called equal opportunities? Double Income No Kids Yet?
  • It is always easy to achieve equality for the many if we keep our aspirations fairly low.
  • There should be a return to selective education because not everyone are equal and I defy anyone to teach a class where the abilities range from genius level to non assessable and full fill the needs of each child. Is someone who left University with a Third Class degree the person to go to for Maths advice
  • Ten thousand birds and an equal number of chicks constitute an enormous quantity of meat.
  • All men are entitled to justice, but justice is never given to anyone freely and equally. It takes commitment, dedication, and struggling to achieve justice for all. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • equal to the task
  • I tell you what though, brother,’ said Dennis, cocking his hat for the convenience of scratching his head, and looking gravely at Hugh, ‘it’s worthy of notice, as a proof of the amazing equalness and dignity of our law, that it don’t make no distinction between men and women. Barnaby Rudge
  • The Duke's foray into the world of contemporary art yielded equally predictable results. Times, Sunday Times
  • Dr Perelman is equally unexcited by the 530,000 that the Clay Mathematics Institute in Boston is almost certain to give him for solving the problem.
  • It appears that streptokinase and urokinase are equally effective.
  • We also know that the labour movement has to work very hard to ensure that same equality of access and opportunity in the union.
  • You were supposed to read it once and then remember it, as if you were an eidetic reader who recalled every single word with equal intensity.
  • Scholars of nineteenth-century sentimentalism note the radical universalism underlying sentimental discourse as well as the broad values of political and social equality it assumes.
  • An odd perfect number is defined to be an odd integer that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors.
  • Equally, John Walker, who won a Nobel for his research on the energy molecules of the cell, would not have solved the problem if he had had to rely on short-term grants.
  • To many people, John XXIII was the Kennedy pope, and Vatican II was his Camelot a glorious, Roman Catholic version of the New Deal and the New Frontier that would move Catholicism from the medieval past into a rosy future of social equality, in which mass would be celebrated in the vernacular, nuns' habits would be modernized, and the popemobile would replace the traditional gestatorial chair as a form of papal transportation. Philocrites: May 2005 Archives
  • On each of the other two sides sits a square with its side equal in length to the triangle's side. Times, Sunday Times
  • I would be curious to know whether composers who work with just intonation came to it through diatonicism and then realized how cool it would be to adapt it to chromaticism, or whether they were chromatic from the start and just continually dissatisfied with the equal-tempered results. Arguments, agreements, advice, answers, articulate announcements
  • It is an absolute impossibility for one kind of electricity to be generated without an equal quantity of the opposite kind being produced, although it is not strictly correct to use the term generated or produced in relation to electricity, as electricity cannot really be produced by any process whatever. Aether and Gravitation
  • An imbalance between these two often causes the quest for gender equality to be shrouded in confusion.
  • Scott Hendricks is an equally flexible, believable actor, a passionate advocate for freedom with his strong, virile baritone.
  • The ideals of liberty and equality were no longer the exclusive preserve of democracy. Democracy and its Critics - Anglo-American democratic thought in the nineteenth century
  • His record was equally impressive closer to home. Times, Sunday Times
  • Indeed, he is something of an affable version of our outgoing governor - not as bright, not as driven, but equally without agenda and equally without a base.
  • What is true of the inequality of wealth also holds for income inequality. Macrosociology: An Introduction to Human Societies
  • No one will kotow to you, or serenade you on a koto; rather, you'll be threatened with celotomy or colotomy, equally uncomfortable, or with banishment to Cotonou or Cotopani. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 2
  • Democracy shows an independent positive association with health, which remains after adjustment for a country's wealth, its level of inequality, and the size of its public sector.
  • In the end, accountability groups provide for many of the men a sense of equality with their fellows even as they serve to reify particular types of social hierarchies.
  • Under otherwise equal conditions he is better than other boys.
  • I swear it upon Zeus an outstanding runner cannot be the equal of an average wrestler. Socrates 
  • A unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System , an avoirdupois unit equal to 437.5 grains ( 28.35 grams ).
  • Instead they put it in the trust of their three daughters equally. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the other hand, it would be surprising if they had equal levels of ambition.
  • The axial stress in them produces a clamping force equal to the product of the proof-load stress, reduced by a design factor, and the core area of the bolt or screw.
  • Asking for a $25 million bonus, a payment equal to 40 percent of his total fees, is another matter.
  • If we ignore such factors as selection, panmixia, correlation, and the effects of use and disuse during lifetime, and still regard the case of the domestic duck as a valid proof of the inheritance of the effects of use and disuse, we must also accept it as an equally valid proof that the effects of use and disuse are _not_ inherited. Are the Effects of Use and Disuse Inherited? An Examination of the View Held by Spencer and Darwin
  • The Commission for Racial Equality among others said the black makeup was demeaning to black people.
  • It was like saying that tiny ripples and monster waves propel surfers with equal momentum. Christianity Today
  • But their conduct was equally constrained by codes - a mixture of religious strictures and the social cant that went with it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The concept of ‘sectarian balance’ is equally elastic and carries a variety of meanings.
  • Republic One and Indivisible. Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death!
  • Communism has been replaced by equally totalistic and militant forms of nationalism and religious fundamentalism.
  • The C-Cl bond is polar covalent, Na-Cl is ionic, and the C-C bond is pure covalent with each atom sharing the bonding electrons equally.
  • The reason is simple: higher rotational speeds lead to boosts in performance, as data transfer rates and access times benefit equally.
  • It normally understood all points of view equally, but something seemed to be changing with it.
  • The typical holding, the group of scattered acres cultivated by one man or held by some two or three in common, was known as a "virgate," or by some equivalent term, and although of no universal equality, was more frequently of thirty acres than of any other number. An Introduction to the Industrial and Social History of England
  • They're equally comfortable with energetic rock as they are with slow, moody and melancholy tunes.
  • Intermarriage is wrong and Rabbi shouldn’t endorse it as beig equal to inmarriage. Rosh Hashanah: Mixed Faith Families, Mix-and-Match Honey and Apples « The Blog at 16th and Q
  • Her words were meant to sting and hurt, to make him feel equally as bad as he had made her now feel.
  • But what they don't understand is that there is another equally important factor or set of factors at the micro level which are so very difficult for anybody to get at.
  • It's unlikely that the IHA seeks to return the Emperor to the position that he once held but it's equally unlikely that it favours a democratic, populist approach to the monarchy.
  • He picked through cards and dice and handkerchiefs until he found three ropes of unequal lengths.
  • The big summer drink plus ice cream equals our new favourite summer pudding. Times, Sunday Times
  • The rise of the machines will also affect gender equality at work. Times, Sunday Times
  • As a lesbian I want marriage equality in my home state of California.
  • Foster's office bookcase contains about equal numbers of books on chemistry and on accountancy.
  • High tackle count equals sore body. Times, Sunday Times
  • It consisted of six points: universal male suffrage, vote by ballot, equal representation, abolition of the property qualification to sit in Parliament and payment of Members of Parliament.
  • If we are to treat with you, it must be on equal terms.
  • The cognitive capabilities of the adolescent with fully developed formal operations are qualitatively equal to those of the adult.
  • I would say Aliens easily equals some of those other scripts you mentioned in mastering the genre they belong to in that it was somewhat transformative to the genre and the expectations of the genre. AVATAR Reaches $500 Million In Only 32 Days; Worldwide Gross an Astounding $1.62 billion – Collider.com
  • Consumers' surplus in the perfectly competitive industry equals areas. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • We strive hard to build a just society, but we ignore a glaring source of inequality.
  • A bony ridge may form over the fused suture and the ears may not be symmetrical (not at equal heights on each side).
  • American point (ap) :ap is a traditional unit in United States, it is a little bit smaller than the point, it is approximately equal to 0.3514 millimeters. Adobe Blogs
  • Given this shared commitment to material equality, do socialists and liberal egalitarians share the same account of justice?
  • It is an instinctive action on the part of the dog and it applies equally to the domestic situation. THE DOG LISTENER: Learning the Language of your Best Friend
  • But lest some unlucky event should happen unfavorable to my reputation, I beg it may be remembered by every gentleman in the room that I this day declare with the utmost sincerity, I do not think myself equal to the command I am honored with. George Washington 
  • The square of the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the legs.
  • Stunning winner after cool finish for equaliser. The Sun
  • It essentially mediated between the sharply contrasting views of the other eight justices, who divided equally on the issue of quotas.
  • Mix equal parts apple juice and sparkling ginger ale and add a dash of elderflower cordial. Times, Sunday Times
  • The story that I want to tell is the story of liberty, equality and fraternity, which seemed to me to be the governing virtues of the order today.
  • Gray, a barnstorming centre-forward in his day, is equally fearless as a commentator.
  • Now, as any neurologist knows, spasmodic torticollis is the bane of a neurologist, a most unrewarding condition to treat; after a few visits, both neurologist and patient end up equally depressed.
  • A Part Number equal to the module name is automatically assigned for each module name reserved.
  • In ancient times they used disguise and subterfuge, but these modern warriors used an equally disarming trick. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sage and chamomile mouthwash, created by infusing equal amounts of the two herbs in water, may be helpful when used four to six times a day.
  • _Coeteris paribus_ -- all the other usual conditions being observed, such as silence, the fixed gaze, monotony of attention -- let the galvanic disk be put aside, and in its place let a sixpence or a fourpenny-piece be employed, or indeed any similar small object on which the eyes of the patient must remain fixed for the usual space of time, and we will promise that the experiments thus made shall be equally successful with those in which the so-called galvanic disk is employed. Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 446 Volume 18, New Series, July 17, 1852

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