equalization

[ US /ˌikwəɫɪˈzeɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of making equal or uniform
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How To Use equalization In A Sentence

  • Meanwhile, the depleted provinces continue to depend on equalisation handouts from increasingly more resentful taxpayers in flourishing parts of the country. Big Fish from Little Ponds: Can Canada's Regional Companies Succeed in the Global Economy?
  • The alternative case where free entry restores standard comparative advantage is when factor endowments are sufficiently similar to permit factor price equalization.
  • The Sir Robert Bond Papers: Prems cancel meet fearing Equalization "bunfight Prems cancel meet fearing Equalization "bunfight"
  • The alternative case where free entry restores standard comparative advantage is when factor endowments are sufficiently similar to permit factor price equalization.
  • For the mono, we tried to stereo-ize it by splitting the equalization into different speakers to get more of a stereo feel.
  • Consider the fact that the Eastern provinces have already had their demands acquiesced by the feds, enabling them to keep their oil revenues, as well as Newfoundland receiving billions in equalization already, including a $1,781 per capita payment that is third only to Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick. 2008 October 08 « Unambiguously Ambidextrous
  • This persuasive, manipulative emphasis has been seen in political tactics: withholding information, bluffing, making alliances, publicly supporting but privately opposing particular views, compromising, and using delaying and diversionary tactics.2 Participation is likely to be seen with general, rather than close, supervision; with the equalization of power; and with nondirective leadership. The Bass Handbook of Leadership
  • Usually businesses pay the state Board of Equalization annually, quarterly, or monthly, but there's nothing stopping companies from "prepaying" weekly, says board spokesperson East Bay Express
  • In love should cooperate each other, find the equalization point liking to compromise each other.
  • The Prime Minister is no fan of equalization, which is the policy of weighting federal transfers in favour of smaller and poorer provinces. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
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