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despite

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all the more

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so much as

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equally matched

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square

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even as

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even so

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even something out

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even something up

even the score

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get even

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having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations

on the same plane or line

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agreeing exactly in value, quantity, or effect

just to all parties

owing or being owed nothing

neither favorable or unfavorable

being an exact amount or number

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to a more extreme degree

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not just this but also

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in an exact manner

to make even, smooth, or level

to make equal

the period between afternoon and nighttime

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the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)

make level or straight

become even or more even

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divisible by two

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equal in degree or extent or amount

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being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture

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symmetrically arranged

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occurring at fixed intervals

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of the score in a contest

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to a greater degree or extent

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If we get storms like we did last night, it's a big evener,'' Australia's assistant coach John Cartwright said.
2, former Salford star John Cartwright, added: "If we get storms like we've had, it's a big evener.
Guests attending were FSCT Past-Presidents Jay Austin and Richard Hille, former FSCT Board member Van Evener, and current FSCT Board members Natu Patel and Chris Harding.
Originally only trumpeters giving simple signals were involved, but as time went by the requirements of social prestige increased, and the nobility began to maintain music ensembles of high quality to provide an evener more complex musical accompaniment to such prestigious occasions.
By throes [which Hopkins got from Tyndall's notion of spasmodic energy in Glaciers] perhaps which represent the moment at which the evener stress of the heat has overcome the resistance of the surface of the whole liquid.