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How to use equalize in a sentence
The initiative, whose viral success prompted my 2018 article, is pushing to equalize race distances at national level cross-country meets.
When I reached out to Diljeet Taylor, the head coach of Brigham Young University’s powerhouse women’s cross-country team, she told me that, by and large, her runners hadn’t expressed any desire to equalize cross-country distances.
That could involve asking remote workers to speak first, for instance, or asking a person giving a presentation to go in a separate room by themselves, thus equalizing the experience for everyone.
If factor price equalization should be enough to lure people anywhere, it's places like Western New York.
That seems like a long time to wait for factor price equalization to save you.
And equalization—of power—is, I think, is what drives many individuals to “go postal.”Confessions of a Man Who Almost Went Postal|Mansfield Frazier|April 4, 2009|DAILY BEAST
Under modern conditions world-wide economic and educational equalization is in the long run inevitable.
The urgent need of some equalization of labour conditions, and of the minimum standard of life throughout the world.
The sugar resources of the country, both cane and beet-root, were regulated by the so-called Sugar Equalization Board.
This, known as 'drayage equalization,' was claimed by competitors to be in the nature of a rebate to secure business.
The problem under such circumstances is mainly that of securing equalization through different gateways.