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The accession of Theopompos was equated with that of Alcamenes by Eratosthenes.

It is thus the name of a Celtic sun-god, equated with Apollo in that character.

It is not clear why Mars should have been equated with this god.

It seems clear that Satyagraha cannot be equated with Christian pacifism.

Our sense of the depths from which he has ascended is equated only by our appreciation of the future opening before him.

Indeed, thinkers wiser than myself have equated the whole upward course of culture with this poignant quest.

I've done Poisson Distributions on a dozen different factors and none of them can be equated.

This life, which they show in its various perfections, includes it is true the ethical life, but cannot be equated with it.

If time, change, and causation can be equated, what is true of one will be true of all three.

There is no doubt that at the time of Domesday the hide was equated with 120 and not with 30 acres.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Latin aequatus "level, levelled, even," past participle of aequare "make even or uniform, make equal," from aequus "level, even, equal" (see equal (adj.)). Earliest use in English was of astrological calculation, then "to make equal;" meaning "to regard as equal" is early 19c. Related: Equated; equating.

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