- n the act of making equal or uniform
- Angela Eagle in Linex Legal (registration)
Eagle stated: "In the meantime, it is the Government's opinion that to ensure full compliance with European law, trustees:should act as if existing domestic legislation requires equalisation in respect of differences resulting from GMPs, whether or...
- David Gallop in Melbourne Herald Sun
It's a delicate balance between having competitive equalisation but not allowing that to come back to the lowest common denominator,Gallop said. "Clubs with more cash can better service their sponsors, provide better injury prevention...
- Patrice Evra in Premier League FanHouse (blog)
The government has already moved to get the rules relaxed for the IRD Adverse Events Equalisation Income Scheme. Drought-affected farmers will now have greater flexibility in their decision making and will not be discouraged from taking decisions... Jim Anderton http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Anderton&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHlxeIC2Wpm203Y9ZYvvWselfTZOQ FarmNews.co.nz http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.farmnews.co.nz/news/2007/june/862.shtml&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGQ9qnXENPTcArTBO8vzgKdKLJrMw Jun 6, 2007
33768 43148 equalise said: There is nothing to say except that it is a huge catastrophe. I honestly didn't see it coming. What hurts is that we didn't know how to react, or how to equalise, and then they (Mexico) killed us with that second goal. What's the problem?...