equitably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an equitable manner
the inheritance was equitably divided among the sisters
- Economists often talk of the "curse of oil," pointing out that countries with resources such as oil often grow more slowly, more corruptly, less equitably, more violently and with .
- The party favors were equitably distributed: each of the five films nominated for Best Picture received at least one Oscar.
- Said one ranking diplomat dryly: "We certainly wouldn't object if he were to distribute the benefit of his spiritual presence a bit more equitably.
- Mark Dayton in Forbes
In a telephone interview Friday from Minneapolis, Dayton said, "I don't know what Mr. Prevost did, but I know what the other two did, and if there's an award, it ought to be equitably distributed. This is typical of this administration. They do...
- Helen Coonan in NEWS.com.au
The challenge is to make sure that it's available equitably and it's available right across Australia,Senator Coonan said. "That is the job of government - to look at where it is underserved, where people simply miss out because they...
- Bruce Springsteen in The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Despite the economic advances we have made, I would be the first to say that even as we ensured consistent economic growth, the fruits of these positive results are still to be fully and equitably shared among our people, hence the abject poverty... Thabo Mbeki http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thabo_Mbeki&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHi7lAXP4NkNmUK8EizMzw_FSLodQ Hindu http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.hindu.com/thehindu/holnus/006200809221543.htm&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNG3OBCugwCC1Mp8YHGpmJYKJq4ITQ Sep 22, 2008
33854 43229 equitation I'm going to be in school next year, so I'll see how I'm going to do. I'm still a junior (rider) next year, but I think I'm not going to continue with the equitation as much," said Springsteen, who wants to concentrate on the jumpers.