“equal time” may work for matters of political opinion, but not scientific fact.
His subsequent inability to get equal time with his children fueled a passion that continues to motivate him years later.
No wonder Obama deadpanned at the dinner that Romney “asked if he could get some equal time on The Merv Griffin Show.”
I just told the Speaker the equal time doctrine's alive and well.
But if it becomes or is for an equal time with itself, it is of the same age with itself?
And is it or does it become a longer time than itself or an equal time with itself?
Isochronal, ī-sok′ron-al, adj. of equal time: performed in equal times—also Isoch′ronous.
Frequently they will keep their eyes fixed to some object for hours together, or continue them an equal time “bent on vacuity.”
To broil a fish, split him on the back and broil him four minutes, flesh side down, turn and broil the other side an equal time.
As between seeing it every night and serving an equal time in the penitentiary, I would unhesitatingly choose the penitentiary.
in broadcasting, the requirement and practice of giving equal air time to opposing candidates or a divergent point of view
The Democrats got equal time after the President's address.
A ruling of the United States government, administered by the Federal Communications Commission, requiring that all candidates for public office be given equal access to the free or paid use of radio and television.