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  • v. Present participle of equal.


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  • The hardest thing to swallow is that United may be about to gift Liverpool the title, just as we had the title equaling championship in our grasp.

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  • Some postulate that within the event horizon exists a point of zero (or nearly zero) volume but infinite energy density, a point sometimes referred to as a gravitational singularity, after the notion of a mathematical singularity (a term equaling infinity) in a field equation.

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  • The law prescribes that if a proposed party chooses the first option, it must achieve a statewide registration with that party's name equaling at least 1% of the total votes cast at the preceding gubernatorial election (e.g., 77,389 registrations for the 2006 general election).

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  • "There is on the scene today a world leader with the combined letters of his full name equaling three 6's, 666."


  • After failing to win a stage in the Tour de France, Freire went into the world championships last week as one of the favorites, having won the rainbow jersey a record-equaling three times.

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  • Anton Volchenkov, Dainius Zubrus, Zach Parise and David Clarkson also scored for the Devils, who remained perfect since the All-Star break while equaling their season-best win streak.

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  • Primary balance refers to a budget that has revenues equaling spending, but excluding interest payments on outstanding debt.

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  • There is simply no factual basis to assume, as the GCCF proposes, that, Gulf-wide, claimants will experience losses in 2011 equaling 70% of their 2010 losses and losses in 2012 equaling 30% of 2010 losses, so that final payments should be twice the amount of actual substantiated loss.

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  • For the rest of the world, the latest figures from the Bank for International Settlements show that with well under 1% of world GDP, Belgium has managed to rack up public and private debts equaling 1.9% of all debts held by all reporting banks in all countries.

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  • In more common terms, 83,776 tons of legal speed were approved for production in 2010 equaling more than half a pound for every man, woman and child in America.

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