equality

[ ih-kwol-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF equality

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And this ideal of equality and individuality was fixed in the American mind.

No one justly may deny the equality of opportunity which made us what we are.

The officers and men were more nearly on a plane of equality.

The equality of poverty would have produced stagnation in civilisation.

Certainly, real freedom and equality of rights presuppose some degree of culture.

Diversity is the law of life, as equality, or versimilitude, is that of death.

Take up their equality by all means if you take 'em up themselves.

It is too well understood by those who know me that I have Equality for my watchword.

This doctrine was related, of course, to the doctrine of equality.

A first postulate is, therefore, the equality of the two sexes before the law.

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