equidistant

[ UK /ˌiːkwɪdˈɪstənt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. the same distance apart at every point
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How To Use equidistant In A Sentence

  • By impacting a point equidistant between each fibre, we observed equal intensity of light from each.
  • Based on the geodesic, a parallel equidistant path generation algorithm for composite fiber placement was implemented.
  • the locus of points equidistant from a given point is a circle
  • To estimate the divergence time within haplogroup P, we first counted the number of substitutions [the parameter 'rho' (ρ)] between each of the CPC98 and DQ124389 samples and an inferred mutationally-equidistant ancestral sequence and multiplied by the previously used rate estimate of ~3,172 years per substitution in the coding region of the mtDNA genome PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • All around I can hear what this city calls early morning silence, an equidistant rumble that seems to begin a few blocks away.
  • The Platoon Aid Station should be situated in the middle of the platoon's defense, close to equidistant from each squad.
  • On a uniform rod, unit weights can be balanced equidistant from the fulcrum.
  • We learned that our coach was equidistant between two diners, and our half of the coach would be using the one in the rear of the train.
  • I've got a job in the area and you folks are about equidistant from all the places I'll need to go..." "Yes! T2: INFILTRATOR
  • Lampholders plane circular ring by equidistant cloth tiger for the two - body pack.
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