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- adjective British p. p. of equalise; same as
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Until then the dogma of 'equalised' rights and privileges for all, irrespective of culture or religion, will remain.
However skilfully the composition of the guano may be artificially simulated, it still remains an undoubted fact that the "equalised" guano is not exactly similar in its action to the genuine article.
Of these so-called "equalised" guanos, two qualities are at present sold, the first being guaranteed to contain nitrogen equal to 8 to 9 per cent ammonia, 30 to 35 per cent phosphates, and 2 to 3 per cent of potash; the second quality containing only about half as much nitrogen, but more phosphates.
Upon this principle he founded in 1817 his method of "limiting apertures,"  by which two stars, brought into view in two precisely similar telescopes, were "equalised" by covering a certain portion of the object-glass collecting the more brilliant rays.
"equalised" and "dissolved" guanos, which are now so largely sold, manufacturers attempt to adjust the percentage of nitrogen and phosphoric acid to what is considered the best proportion in most cases.
However, Bakari Kone equalised for Lyon 10 minutes later to see the French side through.
Aritz Aduriz lost his marker in the area but his shot was more like a backpass and Valencia were penalised when Raúl equalised.
In that second leg Bendtner opened the scoring after 18 minutes but Messi soon equalised and the Argentinian went on to deliver a masterclass that featured all four of the Barcelona goals that dumped Arsenal out.
Higgins, who only just scraped past Dott 9-8 en route to his third UK title last month, equalised at 4-4 but berated himself mercilessly for "wasting all the chances I had in the ninth frame".
Well this is precisely why I am arguing for paternity and maternity laws to be equalised.