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  • proper n. The Earth’s equator.


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  • Moreover, the labour of the exploited peoples round the Equator is not really necessary to the world’s economy.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • We are now concluding the first part of the second section to the Equator from the Nile.

    The Cape to Cairo Railway and River Route

  • The need for such a campaign became evident earlier this year when a Russian film - "Equator" - being shot at Shaba almost had to stop production after a row broke out between the crew and local residents and reserve officials.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Suzuki unveiled a rebranded version of Nissan's Frontier pickup it plans to sell called the Equator that will be built at Nissan's Tennessee plant and reach the market late this year.

    Suzuki XL-7 Crossover

  • Four years ago, it launched an initiative known as the Equator Principles, a set of environmental and social guidelines for project finance.

    Greasing The Wheels Of Climate Change Finance Pushing Bankers On Climate Change

  • It will be seen then that this point P where the Sun's path crosses the Equator is a very critical point.

    Pagan and Christian Creeds: Their Origin and Meaning

  • Next up will be the Doldrums, which lurk just north of the Equator, which is 403nm ahead of the fleet.

    ISAF News

  • Next up will be the Doldrums, which lurk just north of the Equator, which is 403 nm ahead of the fleet. USA Latest News

  • Thompson's passage from Cape Horn to the Equator is the second quickest so far this race, 17 hours slower than the time taken by Desjoyeaux. USA Latest News

  • Those considering the Frontier should also take a look at the Equator, which is mechanically identical to the Frontier but with styling that many would judge more attractive.

    The Car Connection


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