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 verb 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.

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.

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.

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.

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).

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

Anton Volchenkov, Dainius Zubrus, Zach Parise and David Clarkson also scored for the Devils, who remained perfect since the AllStar break while equaling their seasonbest win streak.

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

There is simply no factual basis to assume, as the GCCF proposes, that, Gulfwide, 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.

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 recordequaling three times.
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