The war has seen 100,000 deaths; it is not to the credit of journalists that we can write such words and keep our equanimity.
In person, Reagan was a great deal like Obama, in his self-confidence and his equanimity under pressure.
Garland added with an equanimity that comes with age that there are good and bad in every profession.
His equanimity lets those responsible for his years of illegal incarceration off the hook.
They accept with equanimity the true horror of aging alone, sundered from family and community.
Somewhat startled at first, Mrs. Carr quickly recovered her equanimity.
And many who have lived thus have attained to a lower kind of happiness or equanimity.
M. Belmont recovered his equanimity and led his friend to a front room.
But by evening the Admiral's equanimity was not quite so perfect.
But still Reubens maintained his equanimity, and went on with the test.