Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of equalize.

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Examples

  • In my address today, I want to briefly highlight some of the important developments of the past few months for Nova Scotia, explore the Province's development potentials for the future, and offer some suggestions as to the role that the private sector can play in equalizing opportunity in Canada.

    A Future for the Maritimes

  • The U.S. congress simply needs to promote legislation requiring a worldwide (living) minimum wage for workers producing internationally-traded goods, with a proviso that products of non-complying countries be subject to an "equalizing" - tariff based upon wage and benefit differentials.

    Causes and Cures for our Current Debt Crisis

  • It can hardly be described as equalizing act of subjectively endorsing everyone.

    Hating your body is for losers*

  • It is manifestly not just an "'equalizing'" ideal in disguise.

    YubaNet.com

  • With the new CD Sound Master Nice EQ Free, you can lovingly call your equalizing application a nice EQ without sounding weird or patronizing.

    Gearwire -

  • These greedy bas_t_rds are sneaky and can't be trusted, especially Pelosi who is on record in favor of "equalizing" income by taking from the rich and giving to the poor (as long as it's not her money).

    Pelosi signals openness to health care bill without public option

  • The "equalizing" process is happening more in areas like Torah study.

    David Suissa: 10 Men, 10 Women: The Challenge from Feminist Orthodox Jews

  • These are the moments that seem to cosmically draw Super Hot Boyfriend to me from wherever he is in the universe—almost some kind of equalizing force that senses the incredibly high levels of unattractiveness I'm registering and must bring supernatural hotness to my locale to balance things out. *le sigh*

    Equalizing Forces

  • One can date the beginnings of the change to the late 1960s, in the activist court of Warren Burger that brought the passion for civil rights to also bear, erroneously, on "equalizing" the field for religion.

    God Doesn't Follow the Law

  • • A multiple school option in which both programs are more balanced, such as equalizing the number of classrooms in the two programs, but the existing two school structure remains.

    The Somerville News Blog

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