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a.1.The same, or equal, in law or right; one in kind or origin; analogous; similar.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Gestures like hers can attract some people's attention, maybe achieving temporary outcomes; nonetheless, it is imperative to add a material dimension to queer desire if we want to remodel our socioeconomic framework and bring about real transformation leading towards a more isonomic world.
The isonomic treatment and integral protection of Brazilian children and adolescents must be guaranteed regardless of their parents' line of work, whether they be magistrates or labourers.
The research was limited to only two municipalities, thus the name of the municipalities was omitted to preserve the image of each one and not make an unfair differentiation, adopting the isonomic typology of Costa, Santos and Travassos (2012).
representative and defender of an isonomic and democratic system founded