“Equally” in the news
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· Easterseals CEO: 'Just because someone is different, it does not mean they are deficient' →
I am an advocate for reviving the soul of a nation and its citizens such that righteousness and justice are equally accessed and applied to all.”
· Man United wins again as Tottenham misfires under Mourinho →
The 18-year-old Greenwood has shown he is equally adept at shooting with his left or right foot after bursting onto the scene this season.
· The hidden tourism gems that could help keep WA's economy pumping →
The blinding flat is populated by equally otherworldly human sculptures created by acclaimed British artist Sir Antony Gormley, known for his Angel of the North statue in Gateshead, England.
· We took a plane, train and (rental) automobile for the experience, not the journey →
I let the first shuttle go, but the second one was equally packed.
· Tracking How Far They Fell: Q2 2020 Edition →
This is necessary to compare gains and losses equally because of the way percentages work.
The New York Times
· Supreme Court: Letting Employers Refuse to Cover Contraceptives →
Any sports fan knows that a true sport involves two or more competitors, teams or individuals, equally equipped, subject to the same rules of engagement; the best competitor wins.
· Band of brothers: Lime Cordiale's slow rise to top →
At 28, younger brother Louis (vocals) has the kind of androgynous magnetic stage presence that reminds you of Michael Hutchence; Oliver (Oli), his equally charismatic 30-year-old brother on lead guitar, has a touch of the Paul McCartneys.
The New York Times
· Review: Covid Responders Have Their Harrowing Say in ‘The Line’ →
Vikram drives home the point that people’s vulnerability to the disease is not equally distributed in a medical system that is “flawed from its root.”
· The ‘silent majority’ disagrees with Trump on police reform →
“There have been double-digit declines in the shares who say police forces do an excellent or good job of using the right amount of force for each situation (from 45% in 2016 to 35% today), treating racial and ethnic groups equally (47% to 34%) and holding officers accountable when misconduct occurs (44% to 31%).”