For a while yoga and pilates classes were sought out at luxury gyms like equinox.
He'll describe a bank of stationary cyclists in the window of a New York Sports Club, then the same again in an equinox.
Luxury fitness giant equinox, which acquired SoulCycle in 2011, runs on the same model.
And suddenly September was at their heels—and then the equinox.
The difference between the mean and apparent places of the equinox.
"The equinox brought down a fresh crop of these," he said, tossing the old shingle into the wood-shed.
The position of the equinox independent of the effects of nutation.
There are pronounced maxima near the equinoxes, especially the spring equinox.
It is half-brother to the gigantic storm-wind of the equinox.
She may stay there till the equinox, without much mischief, if the present light airs continue.
late 14c., from Old French equinoce (12c.) or directly from Medieval Latin equinoxium "equality of night (and day)," from Latin aequinoctium "the equinoxes," from aequus "equal" (see equal (adj.)) + nox (genitive noctis) "night" (see night). The Old English translation was efnniht. Related: Equinoctial.