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Will any one tell us that the Canadas confer on us benefits at all equivalent to this?
This is equivalent to the cry of "Biters" when an apple is shown, and establishes unquestionable title.
The term "rogue" is scarcely sufficiently accounted for by supposing it to be the English equivalent for the Singhalese word Hora.
These figures are, however, given in equivalents and each must be multiplied by the equivalent weight of the substance used.
The law of Eavesdrip has had its equivalent in the Roman stillicidium, which prohibited building up to the very edge of an estate.
It will probably be rejected by the House of Lords; and at all events I have reason to expect some equivalent.
When the necessary labour is expended, its equivalent immediately appears.
In this ridge all the layers coalesce, and I therefore take it to be equivalent to the primitive streak of the avian blastoderm.
It will be observed that the Greek is given, and under each Greek word an English equivalent, "as literal as may be to be useful."
One 25-watt tungsten lamp or its equivalent provided for every 20 seats will give fairly good illumination in a small theater.
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