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Quotes of Equated

  1. The Indians knew that life was equated with the earth and its resources, that America was a paradise, and they could not comprehend why the intruders from the East were determined to destroy all that was Indian as well as America itself. – Dee Brown
  2. In rendering its decision in our case, the Supreme Court equated money with speech because these days it takes the first to make yourself heard. – James L. Buckley
  3. I had now made about 45 pictures, but what had I become? I knew all too well: a phallic symbol. All over the world I was, as a name and personality, equated with sex. – Errol Flynn
  4. Scientia is knowledge. It is only in the popular mind that it is equated with facts. – John Charles Polanyi

Usage examples for Equated

  1. " Urbanization" can now be perfectly equated to " concretization." – Down-with-the-Cities by Nakashima, Tadashi
  2. Human progress and racial purity were equated – The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America by Norman Coombs
  3. Mental illness costs the country two and a half billion dollars a year besides the more important untold human suffering that can never be equated in dollars. – A Practical Guide to Self-Hypnosis by Melvin Powers
  4. In his mind, Literacy is equated with 'Mein Kampf' and 'Das Kapital', with the A- bomb and the H- bomb, with concentration camps and blasted cities. – Null-ABC by Henry Beam Piper and John Joseph McGuire
  5. That was a bold claim, even for an age attuned to the whims of autocrats: but this of the young Corsican is even more daring, for he thereby equated himself with a movement which claimed to be wide as humanity and infinite as truth. – The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2) by John Holland Rose
  6. Newton had a radically novel idea that equated instantaneous acceleration to the gravity force which provoked it. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  7. It transforms everything into a relation of contract: even vengeance is equated in terms of money. – Hegel’s Philosophy of Mind by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
  8. The next morning the whole town of Nottingham was early astir, and as soon as the gates were open country- folk began to pour in; for a triple hanging was not held there every day in the week, and the bustle almost equated a Fair day. – Robin Hood by J. Walker McSpadden
  9. However, Europeans and Americans have come to believe, at least in their subconscious minds, that civilization can be equated with progress in science and technology. – The Black Experience in America The Immigrant Heritage of America by Norman Coombs
  10. Possibly, Forrester had always thought, they could be equated with the indefinite " angels" of the religions that had been popular during his grandfather's time, sixty years ago, before the return of the Gods. – Pagan Passions by Gordon Randall Garrett Laurence Mark Janifer
  11. The " all- at- once" is equated by me to Buber's " I- Thou" and " I- It" occurring simultaneously and not only in sequence as he expressed it. – Humanistic-Nursing by Paterson, Josephine G.
  12. Society equated the worth of a man with doing and most specifically involvement in the generation of a commercial product for what other purpose did man have on the planet than to work toward making the world a more comfortable place? – An Apostate: Nawin of Thais by Steven Sills
  13. With the Reynolds family, as with the great majority of us, want of imagination is always equated with sanity, and though many of us have never heard of Lombroso we are his ready- made converts. – The House of Souls by Arthur Machen
  14. This life, which they show in its various perfections, includes it is true the ethical life, but cannot be equated with it. – The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day by Evelyn Underhill
  15. Here the philosopher's fancy will have free scope, for it is by an arbitrary decree, or at least a debatable one, that a particular aspect of the sensible world will be equated with a particular diminution of being. – Creative Evolution by Henri Bergson
  16. 5- 43. The Philosophy of Satyagraha It seems clear that Satyagraha cannot be equated with Christian pacifism. – Introduction to Non-Violence by Theodore Paullin
  17. At the same time we must admit that he often equated the ideas of repression and clerical authority, even as he coupled those of freedom and the guide of private conscience. – A Discourse Concerning Ridicule and Irony in Writing (1729) by Anthony Collins