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adj.1.p. p. of equalise; same as equalized.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The agreement was that they were to run a distance of a hundred paces with equal weights; and when the challenger was asked how the weights were to be equalised he said that the other, as he weighed nine stone, should put eleven in iron on his back, and that in this way the twenty stone of the thin man would equal the twenty stone of the fat one."
The reefs were still numerous, but more equalised, and marked on the chart with extreme precision.
The various interests and conditions of life within the ranks of the proletariat are more and more equalised, in proportion as machinery obliterates all distinctions of labour, and nearly everywhere reduces wages to the same low level.
Their eyes met and filled with tears; at last the mistress opened her arms and the servant threw herself against her breast and they hugged each other and giving vent to their grief in a kiss which equalised them for a moment.
He restored the lever to its middle position with some difficulty, and the wings were equalised again.
Despair upon despair, misery upon misery, fear after fear, each causing their distinct and separate woe, packed in upon me for an unrecorded length of time, until at last they blurred together, and I heard a click in my brain like the click in the ear when one descends in a diving bell, and I knew that the pressures were equalised within and without, and that, for the moment, the worst was at an end.
The Long- and Short-Term IDRs of BBI are equalised with its parent, Barclays Bank plc's IDRs (BB plc; A/F1/RWP), which along with the SR of '1', reflects our view of an extremely high likelihood that BBI would be supported by its 100% parent if needed.
Adam Rooney put Salford ahead on 19 minutes, but Zavon Hines equalised just before the break.
But the home side turned things around after the break as Luke Edwards equalised on the hour before Andrew Presho put them in front 12 minutes later.
Plain equalised in the 50th minute but Jamie Tumilty put Pools ahead again in the 65th minute and Gardner claimed his second five minutes later for 3-1.
Jamie Tumilty equalised after seven minutes and scored the winner in the 71st minute when he converted a Luke Naylor cross.
The visitors took the lead with a Croft free-kick, but Corner equalised and then a Dewing header put the home side in front.