equidistant


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the same distance apart at every point

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Earlier, party leader Jay Panda said: "Naveen Patnaik has said BJD is equidistant from BJP and Congress, but demands for conditional support to next government are there.
The present regional-international conjunction and equidistant attitude of the Lebanese military seem favourable to exiting once and for all out of the present crisis, the minister retorted.
Some came off the horizon at a constant rate, I would guess they were about 30 seconds apart from each other and seemed to be equidistant from each other coming one-by-one.
Bahrain will be equidistant from those countries and will provide security during the major sporting event," she affirmed, pointing out the positive impact of the event on Bahrain's economy.
Manama: Bahrain's royal court has ruled out the participation of a representative of King Hamad Bin Eisa Al Khalifa at the national dialogue, saying that the monarch was for all and with all people and that he stood equidistant from all sides.
Shaikh Khalid said His Majesty stands equidistant from all sides taking part in the talks, and described them as citizens taking part in patriotic work for the good of the nation.
Although the route is equidistant between the two largest, principal cities in the region, a dedicated spur is to be constructed into Manchester but not into Liverpool.
a first raised area located in the central portion for absorbing and directing fluid, the first raised area having a longitudinal axis positioned substantially equidistant from the sides of the central portion;
The city is midway between Memphis and Dallas and is almost equidistant from St.
I'M ru Pr al Li JLord I'M from Wigan, home of an iconic rugby league team, a doomed Premier League football team and almost exactly equidistant from Liverpool and Manchester.
The trick is to line up the putt not only from where the ball lies, but also from equidistant points nearby.
That is, the top and bottom sides of the film are both equidistant, respectively; from the top and bottom aspects of the paralleling ring, and the left and right sides of the film are both equidistant, respectively; from the left and right aspects of the paralleling ring.
A new club, St Asaph Runners, who are equidistant from Denbigh Harriers, Abergele Harriers and Prestatyn Running Club, have applied for affiliation to Welsh Athletics.
Walker, whose father has managed ownership syndicates, was brought up equidistant between the Lloyds-Webbers' Watership Downs stud and the Baldings' Kingsclere stables, and gained work experience with both before going to the Royal Agricultural College at Cirencester.
In series one, the former chat show host Partridge has been divorced by his wife, Carol; has distanced himself from his children and ended up living in the Linton Travel Tavern, a cheap motel equidistant between London and Norwich.