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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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We performed two-way ANOVA followed by Tukey's test to identify significant differences in richness, density, Shannon's diversity index and Pielou's equitability (Zar, 1999) in Statistica 7.0 (StatSoft, 2004).
The total abundance, richness of species (S), species diversity (H'), equitability (J) and dominance index (d) were contrasted using a three-way factorial ANOVA to test the null hypothesis of no differences in ecological indices associated with the factors "regions", "rocky shores" and "seasons".
Neither the social equitability nor any kind of development is possible if the population is not brought under control.
Cities pursuing LEED certification are evaluated across 14 metrics, including energy, waste, water, transportation, education, health, safety, and equitability. Cities submit data using Arc, the digital performance platform that generates a performance score between zero and 100 reflecting the outcomes of a city's strategies.
Do it to provide accessibility and equitability and do it because you can.
And the sad thing about this deregulated environment in the oil fuel distribution business is that there is not any iota of hearing, consultation, or study as to the fairness and equitability of the increase imposed, as well as reductions made, which seldom come at all.
Transparency and equitability are the foundations for which an initiative with a scale as grand as CPEC must be built on'.
"There must be conscious equitability if we are to be left with a remote idea of sustainability," Arevalo asserted.
However, the one overriding caveat is reciprocity, which means sharing responsibilities equitability and paying a fair share of the defense burden.
Cities are evaluated across 14 key metrics, including energy, water, waste, transportation, education, health, safety and equitability. Washington, D.C., and Phoenix, Ariz., are the first cities to achieve certification through the program and earned LEED Platinum, the highest level of certification.
During minimum water flows, species richness (14.30 sp) and equitability (0.51) were lower vs.
The hallmark of a strong tax system/administration includes its simplicity for citizens to understand their tax obligations; equitability: relevance to reflect current realities; efficiency; enforceability, with mechanisms for compliance; and transparency, free from ambiguities and uncertainties.