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equitable

1. Law relating to or valid in equity, as distinct from common law or statute law
2. Law (formerly) recognized in a court of equity only, as claims, rights, etc.
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Using regression analysis, chapter four picks up on this notion and uncovers the ebbs and flows of public opinion on income inequality in relation to the equitability of economic growth, while chapter five builds on the empirical findings from the previous chapter to illustrate how and when inequality in economic outcomes gives rise to the perception of inequality of opportunity.
Therefore, he said, new goals should be "Human Development Goals" with equitability being the key word.
Simpson's Index, Shannon Weiner Index, and Equitability Indices were determined and correlated with water quality variables.
Efforts at comparing these two methods of determining equitability have proven to be difficult.
The court argued that such equitability could be guaranteed only in the state-run media.
Sohail Wajahat assured that there would be no injustice done to CNG sector and the limited amount of gas has to be distributed equitability among consumers.
Modernization of the agricultural sector will increase the income of the people in rural areas create greater equitability in income among 48% of the country population make a living from the sector.
The Shannon diversity index (Shannon & Weaver 1963) incorporates both the species richness and equitability components and has long been used as an index of diversity together with the Simpson index (Simpson 1949), which is an index of concentration or dominance.
Before its online school was launched in 2001, Weaver reports, Broward County Public Schools used videoconferencing to increase the equitability of educational offerings between its more affluent schools and the older, less-well-off schools closer to the coastline.
We calculated dominance indices (Simpson), Shannon diversity indices (H), Buzas and Gibson's evenness, and equitability (Shannon diversity divided by the logarithm of the number of taxa) for each point in each class of agroforestry systems in all seasons using PAST software (Hammer et al.
Shannon's equitability is presented in Table 4, and the index ranged between 0.
Also, the equitability of the distribution of individuals among parasitoid species (Pielou's evenness index) was relatively low for the assemblage of species affecting the corn leafhopper in its native range in comparison with the colonized range (Table 3).