Written language is thus a point-to-point equivalence, to borrow a mathematical phrase, to its spoken counterpart.
Only the clerks know what is available, only they judge the equivalence and can give or take a few square meters here and there.
Harmonic quintessence and the formulation of a fundamental energy equivalence equation.
Capital and income are not taxed with any mathematical equivalence, and inflation is not directly addressed.
There is no equivalence between the acceptance of evolution and the global warming agenda.
The formulation of harmonic quintessence and a fundamental energy equivalence equation.
Here, the kind of equivalence used represents a restrictive aspect of reality as an economic one.
See now you can go see what the equivalence is between the gases.
Greg--Even for you, that's a ridiculous equivalence.
But it's also a false moral equivalence to say that because all of the actors are flawed, they are all equally bad.
British Dictionary definitions for equivalence
equivalence
/ɪˈkwɪvələns/
noun
1.
the state of being equivalent or interchangeable
2.
(maths, logic)
the relationship between two statements, each of which implies the other
Also called biconditional. the binary truth-function that takes the value true when both component sentences are true or when both are false, corresponding to English if and only if. Symbol: ≡ or ↔, as in –(p ∧ q) ≡ –p ∨ –q