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equitable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishequitableeq‧uit‧a‧ble /ˈekwətəbəl/ ●○○ adjective formal  FAIRtreating all people in a fair and equal way opp inequitable an equitable distribution of food suppliessee thesaurus at fairequitably adverb The work should be shared more equitably.
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equitableAdministrators can require student groups to obey a variety of reasonable regulations governing the equitable and responsible use of school facilities.Therefore, this is an equitable assignment which can not be impeached.The equitable distribution of donated livers should be based on the most practical widespread benefit.The award will be the amount that the tribunal considers just and equitable in all the circumstances.The trustee has a legal interest in the property; the beneficiaries have an equitable interest.Nor, today, is the bundle of rights making up the share regarded as equitable only.It must be said that as a matter of civil law the existence of an equitable proprietary interest is doubtful.Competition that is structured carefully, however, can produce more equitable results than service delivery by a public monopoly.We need a more equitable tax system.
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