occupying a position midway between two ends or sides
occupying a situation that is the same distance between a number of points. Remember that in a one-dimensional space this place could be identified with two things, in a two-dimensional space with three points (not on the same straight line), plus a three-dimensional room with four things (not in the same plane).
explaining a map projection that preserves scale. No chart can show scale correctly for the entire map but some can show real scale between some things and each point or along every meridian and these are called equidistant.
Being at the same distance from exact same point or thing.
equivalent length aside at each point
similarly remote.
occupying a position midway between two stops or sides
occupying a posture which the same distance between a few points. Remember that in a one-dimensional area this position is identified with two points, in a two-dimensional room with three points (not on the exact same straight line), plus a three-dimensional room with four things (perhaps not in identical airplane).
Describing a map projection that preserves scale. No map can show scale correctly throughout the entire chart however can show real scale between 1 or 2 things and every point or along every meridian that tend to be described as equidistant.
Equally distant.
occupying a position midway between two ends or sides
staying at an equal length through the exact same point or thing.
occupying a posture which an equal length between a few points. Note that in a one-dimensional space this place can be identified with two points, in a two-dimensional space with three things (instead of equivalent straight line), as well as in a three-dimensional space with four points (not in identical plane).
the same length apart at every point
Describing a map projection that preserves scale. No map can show scale precisely through the entire entire chart however can show true scale between several things and every point or along every meridian that are called equidistant.
staying at the same length from the exact same point or thing.
A theory or system of social reform which contemplates a complete reconstruction of society with a more just and equitable distribution of property and labor In popular usage the term is often employed to indicate any lawless revolutionary social scheme See Communism Fourierism Saint Simonianism forms of socialism...
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