Similar words: equinox, harlequin, sequential, consequential, equip, equity, require, required. Meaning: [‚iːkwɪ'nɒkʃl] n. the great circle on the celestial sphere midway between the celestial poles. adj. 1. relating to the vicinity of the equator 2. relating to an equinox (when the lengths or night and day are equal).
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1. Local storms at sea and strong equinoctial tides may affect whale migration routes that pass close to the coast.
2. An equinoctial energy appeared to have got the desk sergeant at Police Headquarters on the move beyond the call of duty.
3. In the ALU, we integrate the method of equinoctial node-group and conditional sum adder to design reconfigurable ALU, and join negative logic circuit design design principle into it.
4. Under a bland, equinoctial sky, the morning light lay evenly over the white concrete outside the entrance to the planetarium.
5. Kelso also holds the record for the highest-priced winner, Equinoctial, at 250-1 in a handicap hurdle in November, 1990.
6. First, the optimization model of interplanetary low-thrust trajectory was established using modified equinoctial elements.
7. The carpenters, therefore, worked vigorously during the month of April, which was troubled only by a few equinoctial gales of some violence.
8. As such hours as we know them were called equinoctial hours.
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