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equidistant

[¦ē·kwə¦dis·tənt]
(mathematics)
Being the same distance from some given object.
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Also case of equidistance nodes must be studied with all details.
It is a sui generis type of secularism: not one that categorically separates state and religion but one that prescribes equidistance from all religions because South Asia is probably the most religion-intoxicated region of the world and that reality cannot be wished away.
In a word to the press at Beirut International Airport prior to his departure, Mufti Derian valued the important role of the Saudi Kingdom in Lebanon, saying that "the Lebanese highly count on the Kingdom's role, in light of its equidistance from all sides in Lebanon and its support to national unity.
One citrus shoot (1015 cm in length) was placed in a 100 mL flask and the flasks were positioned randomly at equidistance from each other the shoot was sprayed up to run-off with extract solutions by a hand sprayer and allowed 1 h to dry before placing in the cage.
That Patnaik, who till now was maintaining the policy of equidistance from the BJP and the Congress, has become soft towards the NDA became even more evident when his party on Thursday extended support to senior BJP leader Sumitra Mahajan's candidature for the post of the Lok Sabha Speaker.
Hence, 'active neutrality' may be what is called for right now, meaning that Iran tries to maintain its equidistance between Russia and the West, focusing on its immediate interests in the neighbourhood.
Over the last decade, China has been drilling ever closer to the equidistance line between undisputed territories of both countries.
The Executive Directors said equidistance is the watchword of the international financial institution and asserted that the WB deals with the State not with parties or individuals, head of the Finance Committee Ferjani Doghmane told TAP.
From this point, the maritime boundary runs along the equidistance line to Point B, and then along the 200-nautical-mile limit measured from the Chilean baselines to Point C.
The TMC is equidistance from both parties, and we are quite sure that a third alternative, apart from the BJP and the Congress, will emerge.
Symmetry means that the variables are equidistance from the central value on either side.