A "news feed" could be equatable
to progress issues or statuses
The gaze, as Armstrong outlines it in his first chapter on Hamlet, is not equatable
with the objectifying look, as critical applications of Lacan have often implied.
1984) carried out experiments designed to show that permeability measurements and studies of suspension behaviour with respect to SAR values are, in effect, equatable
Associated with, though not necessarily equatable
to, prejudice are incomer concerns about perceived levels of crime and perceived quality of schools.
It follows that the creature's intellectual power, while certainly not equatable
with the essence of God, is a participated likeness of the First Intellect (ibid.
In so doing, they have liberalized the perpetuities period and provided such effective escape devices that the reformed rule is viewed as equatable
to no rule.
For such villagers the daily life of faith is not reducible to or equatable
with a set of formal beliefs.