# equivalence in a sentence

- Yet this seeming Gingrich-Clinton
*equivalence* masks a big difference. - But Annan's gift of moral
*equivalence* to Saddam was. - It is this kind of moral
*equivalence* that infuriates some Jews. - The triumph of a false
*equivalence* does not make it true. - This
*equivalence* is one of the starting points of scheme theory. - It's difficult to find
*equivalence* in a sentence. - Sceptics of fiscal policy also make the argument of Ricardian
*equivalence*. - Homotopy does lead to a relation on spaces : homotopy
*equivalence*. - Notice that substitution is defined uniquely up to ?-
*equivalence*. - In 1905 Albert Einstein formulated the idea of mass energy
*equivalence*. - This
*equivalence* relation is a semigroup congruence, as defined above. - In this case the specific tests for
*equivalence* should be applied. - The situation can be confusing because the accepted
*equivalences* have changed. - Minsky goes on to demonstrate Turing
*equivalence* of a counter machine. - Of these criteria, "
*equivalence* " is the most controversial. - See mass energy
*equivalence* for a discussion of definitions of mass.