coequality


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co·e·qual

 (kō-ē′kwəl)
adj.
Equal with one another, as in rank or size.
n.
An equal.

co′e·qual′i·ty (-kwŏl′ĭ-tē) n.
co·e′qual·ly adv.
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Sympathy issues from a position of power that refuses to acknowledge the coequality of the victim with a sympathiser.
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century, emphasizes the coequality of the three Persons--equally
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