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Right now it looks like the diplomatic equivalent of one hand clapping.
It was the equivalent of becoming a black Klansman or Jewish Nazi.
The two scientific stories resort to the equivalent of Mathematics for Dummies andPhysics for Dummies.
Its use by so distinguished a person as Raleigh was equivalent to its general introduction.
But in such expressions as "I am rather tired," equivalent to "I am a little tired," the explanation is not so obvious.
Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen, but it cannot be formed by the direct union of these gases.
The form in which nitrogen may be absorbed has given rise to much difference of opinion.
Therefore, a very pale yellow may be its usual test for efficiency, and the equivalent will be maintained.