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In 83% of cases equivalent to is used

Equivalent to longitude on earth.

This is equivalent to 38,000 jobs.

In Canada the equivalent to the U.

A portion of potatoes is equivalent to a handful (equal to the size of your hand).

Or if something is described as being a send-up it is equivalent to your take-off.

Total energy savings would then be equivalent to 62 billion kWh and worth over $5.

The floating point precision of short floats was very limited - about equivalent to log tables I seem to recall.

For example, the command is equivalent to The shell replaces the character with the name of your home directory.

It is equivalent to This function is similar to ctime, but places the result in the string pointed to by buffer.

The PDT produces a test statistic that is essentially equivalent to the test statistic of EV-FBAT in these data.

In 8% of cases equivalent in is used

They're not equivalent in extent.

There is no equivalent in an e-book.

Its equivalent in the Quran is light.

The equivalent in energy terms to almost half a billion Hiroshima bombs each year.

Don't think for a second that it would be anything like its equivalent in the USA.

Give me a street market in China any day over its equivalent in England, or the US.

With virtually no equivalent in the American game, the learning curve is steep and the consequences significant.

The amount of the minimum share capital amounts to approximately 12,500 (or its equivalent in foreign currency).

Christchurch was lucky to have it, and I can't think of anything equivalent in Auckland, Hamilton or Wellington.

I had always assumed that as 8 sides of A2 is the equivalent in area of 16 sides of A3, this would be acceptable.

In 3% of cases equivalent for is used

This is mac's equivalent for Visio.

There is no equivalent for sellers.

There's no direct equivalent for Windows.

But otherwise, I don't like how ultra THIN is shown as an equivalent for healthy.

Well, you know what? Now we need the equivalent for people who have mental needs.

Basically the equivalent for right click (2 finger + click) but for middle click.

On per capita basis, the rates of abuse and neglect appear to be equivalent for both older men and older women.

Long-time readers will know I've been searching for an effective equivalent for my Android phone for some time.

Where's the equivalent for films? Or for TV? Or radio? The pernicious restrictions around geography also must end.

Academic leaders believe that the level of student satisfaction is equivalent for online and face-to-face courses.

In 2% of cases equivalent of is used

That is equivalent of RM 740 million.

It's a D &D; equivalent of the holodeck.

This is equivalent of what a full-time Sr.

Unless they have the 2020 equivalent of cyborg Mike Trout, no one's going to care.

That's equivalent of removing over half of the passenger cars from the UK's roads.

A Personal Study is, I believe, the CIE equivalent of your unit 3 essay assessment.

AM: the total amount of trade financed by the certificates amounted to the equivalent of 2,5 million Schillings.

East Weather is the Namib? s equivalent of the Santa Anna winds of California, or the Mistral of southern France.

Targeting the front page of Google is equivalent of open a shop on main st, or in the tourist trap area of a town.

Yes, there's sex, but it's hardly more daring than the m/m equivalent of traditional mass market paperback het sex.

In 1% of cases equivalent at is used

At least we sometimes get Fireball or the equivalent at uncommon.

Payment can be made in the cedi equivalent at the prevailing exchange rate.

Annual course fees will cost a fraction of the UK equivalent at just 10,000.

One was a music minister or the equivalent at that time, with published hymn books.

Criteria Essential Criteria: GSCE or equivalent at grade C or above in Maths and English.

Get the best GCSEs you can, then take A Levels or the equivalent at college, including Drama.

A lets him have it, and receives his promise to deliver an equivalent at some future time, when he shall have produced it.

Those who could afford it went to England to do the MBBS or LRCP, its equivalent at the time, and started their own practice.

Employers already paying their employees a 13th month pay or more in a calendar year or its equivalent at the time of this issuance.

They should have at least three years teaching experience as Associate Professor or equivalent at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

In 1% of cases equivalent from is used

Originally, she was Supergirl ' s equivalent from Earth-2.

The radiative forcing in CO 2 equivalent from the stockpiled manure was 1.

Honours degree or equivalent from an accredited higher education institution.

PERSON PROFILE? Degree in Computer Science or equivalent from a recognized University.

Holder of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited University and holders of BSc.

CHEM 115 and (CHEM 110 &; CHEM 120) are considered equivalent from a prerequisite point of view.

The equivalent from the players would have been for us to say we want 71 per cent of all hockey-related revenues (HRR).

Postgraduate Diploma At least a Bachelors Degree, Advanced Diploma or its equivalent from a recognized institution of higher learning.

But this time it wasn't me asking about The Matrix, the error message on my screen, or the ' WUU2? text or equivalent from my daughter.

Any business would of waited for the letter of demand or equivalent from the lawyer and would of made him sign forms etc after the fact.

In 1% of cases equivalent on is used

These have no equivalent on earth.

Both are morally equivalent on your terms.

The equivalent on full frame would be a 35mm f/1.

If categories are equivalent on factors, run-rates will decide which one drops out.

All sorts of choppers are great but would rather spend the equivalent on a good knife.

It does not matter that the level of ' risk ' is equivalent on both sides of the ledger.

Take the organisation that calls itself the Life Institute, of which there is no equivalent on the pro-choice side.

The guy knows what he's doing (too bad DC doesn't have an equivalent on their side, but that's a whole different topic).

Image quality may not be comparible - we'll get to that later - but then a 600mm equivalent on a DSLR is exceedingly expensive.

Posted by: ChangeWhat September 6, 2009 9:52 AM akjmicro, 9/11 truthers are the equivalent on the left of birthers on the right.

In 1% of cases equivalent with is used

They are equivalent with E=MC2 as the translating equation.

The could have made C its own equivalent with s-expressions.

C) or equivalent with at least 85% in Mathematics/Statistics.

A 256Mb 7800 and a Radeon HD 2000 equivalent with a total of shared 512Mb GDDR3.

Sc in Engineering/ Diploma in Engineering or equivalent with practical experience.

This cost was equivalent with the PDA plans that were offered by ATT at that time.

If if is not bounded, there are counter examples to show that none of the three are equivalent with each other.

Critical value approach is equivalent with the p-value approach we discussed before, but slightly old fashioned.

Qualifications: Diploma in teaching, Economics or Finance or Banking or accounting or equivalent with at least 3.

The shade of the bed wear should equivalent with the respite of the bedding, such as cushion covers and coverlets.