What is the noun for equality?

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  1. One who makes equal; a balancer.
  2. (sports) A goal, run, point, etc. that equalizes the score.
  3. A electronic audio device for altering the frequencies of sound recordings.
  4. A device, such as a bar, for operating two brakes, especially a pair of hub brakes for an automobile, with equal force.
  5. Any device for equalizing the pull of electromagnets.
  6. A conductor of low resistance joining the armature ends of the series field coils of dynamos connected in parallel.
  7. A sliding panel to preserve the lateral stability of an aeroplane.
  8. (mathematics) A set of arguments where two or more functions have equal values; the solution set of an equation.
  9. (category theory) A morphism whose codomain is the domain of a parallel pair of morphisms and which forms part of the limit of that parallel pair. Equivalently, a morphism which equalizes a parallel pair of morphisms in a limiting way, which is to say that any other morphism which equalizes that parallel pair factors through this limiting morphism.
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    1. “His quick wrister snuck between Crawford's right skate and the post for the equalizer with three minutes left.”
      “The equalizer coefficients are periodically transmitted to a converter within the transmitter over a secondary channel.”
      “I think that when it looks like somebody's got things a lot better than we do, we like to see them fall because it's sort of a great equalizer.”
  1. The act or process of equating two or more things, or the state of those things being equal (that is, identical).
  2. (mathematics) An assertion that two expressions are equal, expressed by writing the two expressions separated by an equal sign; from which one is to determine a particular quantity.
  3. (astronomy) A small correction to observed values to remove the effects of systematic errors in an observation.
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    1. “I say two, because another managerial solution to this quandary is to work on the slightly simpler equation of four into three.”
      “The first-order rate equation can be used under conditions where micro-organisms become acclimatized to the chemical and can actively use it.”
      “This irradiance and the radiance in the opposite direction were then inserted into equation to calculate the ideal reflectance.”
  1. The fact of being equal.
  2. (mathematics) The fact of being equal, of having the same value.
  3. The equal treatment of people irrespective of social or cultural differences.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “This is a state committed to equality, and to the promotion of individual and collective advancement.”
      “The equality in incomes between the two unrelated households is purely coincidental.”
      “The principles of natural law gained ground, and accompanying them came a growing belief in the equality of all human beings.”
  1. The act of equalizing, or state of being equalized.
  2. (underwater diving) Maneuvers to balance the pressure in the middle ear with the outside pressure by letting air enter along the Eustachian tubes.
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    1. “As shown above, complete income equalization does not produce complete equality!”
      “This block does not perform waveform specific processing such as demodulation or equalization.”
      “The long avoided move was made after strong criticism from German tourist operators, who insisted on price equalization.”
  1. (programming) A statement in assembly language that defines a symbol having a particular value.
  1. Non-Oxford British English standard spelling of equalizer.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Pandiani had opened the scoring after a goalmouth melee before Dennis Bergkamp forced home an equaliser two minutes before time.”
      “An early equaliser was topped by a dramatic headed winner just as extra-time beckoned.”
      “These two players both went close as College went all out for an equaliser.”
  1. Alternative spelling of equalization
  2. Examples:
    1. “Presumably an equalisation policy, as Martin describes, in Germany, Spain etc would also apply here.”
      “The Supreme Court ruled the Government's risk equalisation scheme is not lawful and should be dumped.”
      “Resource equalisation is an essential part of the current government grant system.”
  1. plural of equal
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    1. “An understanding of mathematical equivalence requires the student to understand that the values on either side of an equals are the same.”
  1. The symbol =
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    1. “An understanding of mathematical equivalence requires the student to understand that the values on either side of an equals are the same.”
  1. plural of equalisation
  1. plural of equaliser
  2. Examples:
    1. “Receivers often incorporate digital equalisers to 'mop up' slight intersymbol interference after initial filtering at the receiver.”
      “Injury-time equalisers for Liverpool and Hannover helped the punter, who had placed 50p sevenfolds, eightfolds and a ninefold, scoop a huge payout.”
  1. plural of equalizer
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    1. “This mastering process uses tools such as compressors, equalizers and limiters to reduce frequency and amplitude imbalances between tracks.”
      “This panel would then be connected through a patchbay to a microphone, line and program amplifiers, equalizers and echo sends.”
      “By separating the equalization of the signal to separate equalizers, the cost of the equalization can be reduced without substantially affecting performance.”
  1. plural of equation
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    1. “Historically, imaginary numbers first came to light when trying to solve cubic equations, rather than quadratics.”
      “At the same time, he couldn't abide facile equations between criminal desperadoes and the legalized murder machinery of a state.”
      “In his lectures Sylow explained Abel's and Galois's work on algebraic equations.”
  1. plural of equality
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    1. “Relationships between other values from different quantity spaces can be defined using equalities and correspondences.”
      “In full equilibrium, as Johnson pointed out, both equalities hold and the two theories are formally identical.”
      “In a series of papers published over the following years Edmonds examined a whole variety of different conditions on the functions f and g which give the required equalities.”
  1. plural of equate
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