Thesaurus / equivalence

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At one time a vague relation is supposed which is only true on a large scale, and is a union rather than an equivalence.
From this equivalence the reader can easily compute the value which the intermediate measures would have according to this theory.
ARCHOLOGY AND THE BIBLEGEORGE A. BARTON
He satisfies himself as to the equivalence of the servicesthat is all.
The equivalence of services, then, is a different thing from a just appreciation of their utility.
From all this arises the notion of the equivalence of two forces.
The real of eight received a new name, Escudo de plata, and was to issue at an equivalence of 10 reals of the new silver.
But in a gulden of those days there was an equivalence of more silver than in seventy-six of our kreutzers.
It was to their interest to cry down the equivalence of silver; they paid less and received more.
All activity which touches industry comes in under this law of equivalence and equity.
These latter were fixed at an equivalence of 14 and 7-florin respectively.

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