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equatable

regarded, treated, or represented as equivalent
Not to be confused with:
equable – uniform; free from changes or variations
equitable – characterized by fairness; just and right; impartial; unbiased
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Speaking to members of the Philippines' House of Representatives after signing the bill, Duterte said, "By automatically installing our citizens into the National Health Insurance Program and expanding health coverage to include free medical consultations and laboratory tests, the Universal health care law that I signed today will guarantee equatable access to quality and affordable healthcare services for all Filipinos." Under the Universal Health Care Law, all Filipinos will be automatically enrolled in the proposed National Health Insurance Program (NHIP) either as direct or indirect contributors.
'Try as Calida may, martial law is not equatable to public safety.
As considering economy, the cement resulted in the way of adjusting the particle-size distribution through separately collecting the fineness cement in the regular cement-grinding process of normal cement production line without additional grinding process can be equatable with the cement of ASTM Type III in terms of early strength development.
Wandayi said he was aware the aspect of equatable distribution of resources across the country has been neglected by Jubilee and corruption promoted.
There are efforts to disrupt strategic parity through deployment of global anti-missile defense system and other strike systems "equatable to nuclear weapons," the Russian leader told military officials.
Accordingly, while Christianity may be inferable from Judaism, Nietzsche makes it clear that the two are not equatable. The original antecedes the copy; the effect is subordinate to the cause--and not merely as a matter of logical or grammatical necessity: Judaism retains a value that Nietzsche, try as he may, could not divine in Christianity.
In terms of philosophical thought, too, Shelley seeks to make different approaches fruitful in the medium of poetry in order to open up new modes of thought, not equatable with the perspectives beyond which they emerge.
Cosmopolitan worlds were the beginning of civilizations' ends; indeed, for Spengler, "civilization" was equatable with the last stages of the life of a culture.
indicated that the law officers were supposed to be equatable to
With the erosion of "subsidiarism," a term in the news in the last US election and equatable with other nomenclature such as feudalism, there was a decline of arranged early marriages.