equability


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eq·ua·ble

 (ĕk′wə-bəl, ē′kwə-)
adj.
1. Unvarying; steady: "In the equable equatorial zone there is no such struggle against the climate" (David Campbell).
2. Not easily disturbed; serene: an equable temper.

[Latin aequābilis, from aequāre, to make even, from aequus, even, level.]

eq′ua·bil′i·ty, eq′ua·ble·ness n.
eq′ua·bly adv.
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A remarkable fact, characteristic of the country west of the Rocky Mountains, is the mildness and equability of the climate.
Crimsworth, that gentleman, who himself frequented no place of worship, and owned no God but Mammon, turned the information into a weapon of attack against the equability of my temper.
His delightful equability of temper made many persons say,--
A few days ago, a lady complimented him on his good humor, and the charming equability of his nature.
The Conference deliberated measures to enhance transparency and inclusiveness leading to greater equability.
The dominance theory can integrate several rankings into a compressive ranking according to propositions like equability, transitivity and domination, and so forth.
To calculate the phytosociological parameters (Density, Frequency, Dominance and Importance Value Index-IVI), Shannon Diversity Index (H') and equability (J') (Pielou, 1975) were used the software Fitopac 1 (Shepherd, 1996).
The commission has to examine the policy, programmes and other measures taken by the government for gender equability, women empowerment, political participation etc, the secretary said and added that it would also review all provincial laws, rules, regulations, pre-judicial to legitimate interest and right of women.
The commission has to examine the policy, programmes and other measures taken by the government for gender equability, women empowerment, political participation etc," the secretary said and added that it would also review all provincial laws, rules, regulations, pre-judicial to legitimate interest and right of women.
However, the high equability observed in all environments demonstrates the lack of ecological dominance, indicating that the species are evenly represented in each studied area (KANIESKI et al.
The President instructed the top public servants to deal with all provincial councils equability and with cordiality.
To calculate diversity we utilized the index of diversity of Shannon (H') at the base "e" and equability of Pielou (J') (Magurran, 1989), with replacement of values of number of individuals by percentage of cover (Munhoz and Felfili, 2008).