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Equi-

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Equi- A prefix, meaning equally; as, equidistant; equiangular.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n equi- An element of words of Latin origin, meaning ‘equal’ (‘having equal …’), as in equidistant, equivalent, etc.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Equi- ē′kwi a prefix meaning equal, from L. æquus
    • v.t Equi- to counterbalance
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. aequus, equal. See Equal

Usage

In literature:

The transit instrument used by Captain Sabine was thirty inches in length, and the wires are stated to be equi-distant.
"Decline of Science in England" by Charles Babbage
GAUDET EQUIS ET CANIBUS, he finds his pleasure in horses and dogs.
"Waverley" by Sir Walter Scott
There were two holes equi-distant half-a-mile from the one they were on, up and down the creek.
"The Overland Expedition of The Messrs. Jardine" by Frank Jardine and Alexander Jardine
Such a thing ought not to be necessary, but all men are not equi-minded.
"Freedom's Battle" by Mahatma Gandhi
Tragelapho similes vel centauris, sursum homines, deorsum equi.
"The Anatomy of Melancholy" by Democritus Junior
Both therefore are almost equi-distant from pure philosophy.
"Coleridge's Literary Remains, Volume 4." by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Scythrop was equi-distant between them, like Mahomet's coffin.
"The World's Greatest Books, Vol VII" by Various
Judicibus lites, aurigis somnia currus, Vanaque nocturnis meta cavetur equis.
"The Spectator, Volumes 1, 2 and 3" by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele
Four equi-distant protuberances are placed about the widest part of the body and rudely imitate the extremities of some animal.
"Illustrated Catalogue of a Portion of the Collections Made" by William H. Holmes
Memnonis in roseis sobria vidit equis.
"The Works of Christopher Marlowe, Vol. 3 (of 3)" by Christopher Marlowe
Vestitus nihil inter aequales excellens: arma atque equi conspiciebantur.
"The Greville Memoirs (Second Part)" by Charles C. F. Greville
Fuerant autem in Egypto semper praestantissimi equi.
"Hints on Horsemanship, to a Nephew and Niece" by George Greenwood
The frame is now lifted and you have the holes for the seeds all of one depth and equi-distant from each other.
"The Hawaiian Islands" by The Department of Foreign Affairs
One regiment was posted at Statesville, which little place was nearly equi-distant from Auburn and Alexandria.
"History of Morgan's Cavalry" by Basil W. Duke
Ralph and Miss Barton were just about equi-distant from the Indians and the cottage.
"The Frontiersmen" by Gustave Aimard
Aut fora vos retinent, aut unctae dona palaestrae; Flectitis aut fraeno colla sequaris equi.
"The History of Chivalry, Volume I (of 2)" by Charles Mills
There is one of these designs in the tip and eleven about equi-distant in a row around the edge of the knob.
"The Archaeology of the Yakima Valley" by Harlan Ingersoll Smith
Pastur ... pro omnibus et omnimodis bobus et equis et aliis grossis animalibus.
"The Agrarian Problem in the Sixteenth Century" by Richard Henry Tawney
Three feathers are placed on each shaft, and they are laid equi-distant along the stem.
"The Silent Readers" by William D. Lewis
Every one of us has once been such a simple mulberry-shaped ball, composed only of small equi-formal cells.
"The History of Creation, Vol. I (of 2)" by Ernst Haeckel
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In news:

Creep Show 2012 with Foxy Shazam Presented by Dos Equis.
Niagara Gazette — The Western Region New York State Special Olympic Equestrian Competition was held recently at the Equi*Star Therapeutic Riding Center in Burt.
Special Olympians James Rose and Ryan Beltz hold their trophies at Equi*Star Therapeutic Riding Center in Burt.
Special Olympians shine at Equi*Star.
Head to Equi*Star the Ranch for family fun this Sunday.
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — A perfect Sunday afternoon for the family is right in your own backyard, as Equi*Star holds its annual open house on Fuller Road in Burt this week.
According to Heineken officials, the Strongbow brand will further complement the upscale brewer's already diverse product portfolio, which includes Heineken, Dos Equis, Newcastle, Amstel Light and other brands.
Equis Hospitality plans to operate the hotel as a Hampton Inn.
Kptm.com Dos Equis Stay Thirsty Grant Funds Expedition of Uganda's Rwenzori Glaciers.
AZTV7/Cable 13, Me-TV 7.2, RTV 7.3, Phoenix-Prescott, AZDos Equis Stay Thirsty Grant Funds Expedition of Uganda's Rwenzori Glaciers.
Dos Equis is giving five fans the opportunity to assist The Most Interesting Man at the brands Masquerade Gala, a private event in New York City in November.
Dos Equis Invites Consumers to "Discover the Masquerade " this Halloween.
This October, Dos Equis, is inviting adult consumers and retailers to take their celebrations to a more exotic and interesting level with Dos Equis Masquerade retail program.
This October, Dos Equis, the fastest growing premium Mexican beer in the US, is inviting adult consumers and retailers to take their celebrations to a more exotic and interesting level with Dos Equis " Masquerade " retail program.
Plus, we rinsed our toothbrushes with free Dos Equis because we were concerned about the potability of the tap water in the hotel room.
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In science:

In this note we will rather focus on the case of the weights ψ being equal to the inverse variance ψ(u) = 1/V[y (u)], which equi-weights all quantiles, and with the Kolmogorov distance.
Weighted Kolmogorov-Smirnov test: Accounting for the tails
An area of study similar to Naur’s universal Turing machine analysis might be studying the difference between the 1859 Dedekind cut definition of real numbers (Goldrei[1998] 8-17]) and the later Cantor definition that requires an equi valence class algorithm (pp.
Adding Methodological Testing to Naur's Anti-formalism
Zbl 0519.26003., The extension of equi-uniformly continuous families of mappings, Pacific J.
Problems from Topology Proceedings
Michael ) Let f : X → Y be a quotient map and let E be a subset of Y such that {f −1 (y ) : y ∈ E } is equi-Lindel¨of in X .
Problems from Topology Proceedings
Definition 1.1. A v × v unitary matrix σ is equi-transmitting if σpp = 0 for al l p, and the off-diagonal elements have equal amplitudes; |σpq | = (v − 1)− 1 2 for p 6= q, where v is the valency of the vertex.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
Our definition of an equi-transmitting matrix involves two properties which have implications for the classical analogue of the quantum graph.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
To explain the motivations for studying graphs with equi-transmitting vertex scattering matrices.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
To prove that equi-transmitting vertex scattering matrices exist for arbitrarily large v, and to provide practical methods to construct them.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
The next section will explain the motivation for introducing the equi-transmitting scattering matrices.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
While equi-transmitting matrices will be shown to have desirable qualities, an elementary calculation shows it is trivial to construct 2 × 2 examples, but no 3 × 3 equi-transmitting matrix exists.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
Whether equi-transmitting matrices exist in all dimensions greater than three is an interesting open question.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
We find that in some fairly general situations the spectral gap in equi-transmitting quantum graphs is larger than that obtained with other scattering matrices.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
Since equi-transmitting matrices forbid back-scattering transitions, any orbit in which a traversal of a bond is followed immediately by the traversal of its reverse is eradicated from the sum.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
When dealing with equi-transmitting vertex scattering matrices, the trace formula (and the corresponding zeta function) includes only periodic orbits without back-scatter.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
We are not able to prove that graphs with equi-transmitting vertex scattering matrices display spectral statistics which reproduce the predictions of random matrix theory.
Quantum graphs where back-scattering is prohibited
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