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But, since is and exists are equipollent, and so being and existing, is being is the same as the unimpeachable is existing.
THE VERBALISTTHOMAS EMBLY OSMUN, (AKA ALFRED AYRES)
He touched also upon equipollent propositions, though he did not go far into them.
ARISTOTLEGEORGE GROTE
The condition and the major term are "equipollent" in their extension.
Equipollent, e-kwi-pol′ent, adj. having equal power or force: equivalent.
Hill's eloquence exceeded his judgment; Stephens' judgment was superior to his oratorical power; in Toombs these were equipollent.
ROBERT TOOMBSPLEASANT A. STOVALL
At first, ‘spirit and matter,’ ‘soul and body,’ stood for a pair of equipollent substances quite on a par in weight and interest.
No two languages furnish equipollent words,—their phrases differ, their syntax and their idioms still more widely.

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