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Sentence count:134Posted:2016-11-27Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dueevenfairfitjustproperrightfulsquareSimilar words: suitableinevitablecreditableinhospitableequitytableinevitablynotableMeaning: ['ekwɪtəbl]  adj. implying justice dictated by reason, conscience, and a natural sense of what is fair to all. 
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(1) Each person must have an equitable share.
(2) He has urged them to come to an equitable compromise that gives Hughes his proper due.
(3) If that works, can't Equitable go back to normal?
(4) The others exist only as equitable interests.
(5) We need a more equitable tax system.
(6) By appealing, Lloyd's is seeking to achieve equitable treatment for all Names with personal stop-loss recoveries.
(7) The beneficiaries will acquire an equitable interest and, therefore, an equitable lease. 2.
(8) For example your own columns continually describe Equitable as if it is bankrupt, in trouble, or in crisis.
(9) In the Lords, they were represented by Equitable even though they had a case against the assurer.
(10) We have to find ways of providing an equitable supply of food that does not depend upon crude market forces.
(11) In each case two ingredients lead to more equitable educational experiences.
(12) However, the change in the equitable interests must be evidenced.
(13) It provides a reasonably equitable and comprehensive service to the whole population at remarkably small cost.
(14) But the rebels introduced an equitable tax system and an agrarian reform program, distributing land to poor villagers.
(15) The Equitable debacle has brought renewed accusations of mis-selling and turned a spotlight on the effectiveness of regulation.
(16) Equitable does not allow paid-up contracts, so policyholders have to encash their plans or continue to make contributions.
(17) Presumably the reason why the bank has an equitable proprietary interest is that the law imposes a constructive trust.
(18) It left the old equitable assignment untouched, and it may be used still.
(19) Equitable imposed a 10 % penalty on any policyholder wanting to take money out.
(20) The conference called for a more equitable distribution of wealth and power among nations.
(21) The plaintiff agreed to lease a property to Lunnis, who assigned this equitable lease by way of mortgage.
(22) Competition that is structured carefully, however, can produce more equitable results than service delivery by a public monopoly.
(23) The trustee has a legal interest in the property; the beneficiaries have an equitable interest.
(24) The excessive concern with disincentive effects has resulted in a less equitable system of taxation.
(25) Mr. Scott Each annual allocation of funds to district budgets has been designed to redistribute resources in a progressively more equitable way.
(26) Other methods can be used if it is desired to give him only an equitable interest in the land.
(27) The court held that, even if there was a constructive trust, such did not create an equitable interest in the brewery.
(28) One might imagine, for instance, that it has turned equitable estates and rights into legal estates and rights.
(29) Before considering them, however, it is convenient to try and identify the equitable principles that the earlier cases had established.
(30) It simply states that present proposals are unacceptable because they do not retain a fair and equitable trading system.
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