equinoctially

equinoctially

(ˌɛkwɪˈnɒktɪəlɪ)
adv
(Navigation) in the direction of the equinoctial, or celestial equator
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The Attlee government, now itself equinoctially distant between the birth of the party and its current renewal, is a pivotal peak of recurrent quest by Labour historians -- what Gareth Stedman Jones called `a magical moment to which all sections of the party have yearned to return'.
This equinoctially tempered display was first mentioned in a paper published in 1970 by J.