Equites

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n. pl Equites (Rom. Antiq) An order of knights holding a middle place between the senate and the commonalty; members of the Roman equestrian order.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
  • Interesting fact: The first building with an elevator was the six-story 130-foot Equitable Life Building in New York. It was built in 1870.
    • equites In ancient Rome, the knights, a body originally constituting the cavalry of the army, of patrician rank, and equipped by the state, but afterward comprising also rich plebeians, and in part finding their own equipments. The equites, or the equestrian order (in distinction from the senatorial order), finally lost in great part their distinctive military character, and were constituted as a class intermediate between the senatorial order and the ordinary citizens, based on certain limits of property, with a prescriptive right to judicial and financial offices, to high military rank, and to some social distinctions.
    • equites [capitalized] In zoology, a Linnean group of butterflies, corresponding to the old genus Papilio.
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L., pl. of eques, a horseman

Usage

In literature:

Nothing is more common in history than to see religious tyrants; nothing more rare than to find equitable, vigilant, enlightened princes.
"Superstition In All Ages (1732)" by Jean Meslier
It is difficult to judge them equitably.
"History Of Ancient Civilization" by Charles Seignobos
The level demonstrates to us, all that is just and equitable.
"The Mysteries of Free Masonry" by William Morgan
Those prices were not always equitable.
"Roumania Past and Present" by James Samuelson
Neque pedites neque equites occupare castellum Romanum poterant.
"Latin for Beginners" by Benjamin Leonard D'Ooge
Can an income tax be framed which shall be equitable in principle and efficient in administration?
"Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Debate Index" by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
The acknowledgment of my own agency in this affair would, at least, transfer Thetford's indignation to myself, to whom it was equitably due.
"Arthur Mervyn" by Charles Brockden Brown
You can't even come to an equitable choice in selecting some agency to handle your machine.
"The Fourth R" by George Oliver Smith
It is equitable and certain.
"Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest" by Edward Tyson Allen
Rifles were, however, always permitted to compete with them, under equitable restrictions.
"The Wit and Humor of America, Volume IV. (of X.)" by Various
In no equitable view of the case can this be deemed to be private property.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 436" by Various
LOSSES EQUITABLY ADJUSTED & PROMPTLY PAID.
"Continental Monthly , Vol IV, Issue VI, December 1863" by Various
The particular limits of this equitable jurisdiction were as yet exceedingly indefinite.
"Constitutional History of England, Vol 1 of 3" by Henry Hallam
But life insurance as a business really began with the Equitable Society of London, founded in 1762.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 6" by Various
We of the West, who reckon the measure of guilt without it, judge harshly, even while we judge equitably.
"The Flower of Forgiveness" by Flora Annie Steel
The public is an equitable judge; but a good cause is not sufficient without the advantage of many voices to sanction it.
"The History of Painting in Italy, Vol. V (of 6)" by Luigi Antonio Lanzi
The above rules apply to all freehold land whether the estate therein of the intestate is legal or equitable.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 5" by Various
No resemblance between and the equites of Rome, 14.
"The History of Chivalry, Volume II (of 2)" by Charles Mills
Logically viewed, the purchaser bought an equitable part of the income, therefore an equitable part of that rent-bearing wealth.
"The Principles of Economics" by Frank A. Fetter
The bread ticket did not favor an equitable distribution, nor was it ever intended to do that.
"The Iron Ration" by George Abel Schreiner
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In poetry:

Make thou a fair and equitable law,
To bind thy congregation with its bands,
And cause thy people, through a pious awe,
To live exactly as that law commands.
"Advice To Ev'ry Master Of A Family, To Govern His House In A Religious Manner" by Rees Prichard
Ahasuerus Jenkins of the "Operatic Own,"
Was dowered with a tenor voice of super-Santley tone.
His views on equitation were, perhaps, a trifle queer.
He had no seat worth mentioning, but oh! he had an ear.
"Army Headquarters" by Rudyard Kipling

In news:

Laura Harrison of Franklin, Tennessee, and Goods Can Do win the hunt seat equitation class at the 2012 Adequan Select World Championship Show.
Lori Bucholz and Larks Happy Days win equitation over fences at the 2012 Adequan Select World Championship Show.
Even though he's Irish, Darragh Kenny shows the benefits of an education in a US equitation system.
You don't have to show in the equitation division to reap the benefits of its lessons, according to our columnist.
Parris Rice and Javah Mon won the hunt seat equitation world championship at the 2012 Built Ford Tough AQHYA World Championship Show.
Hannah Bedwell of Ball Ground, Georgia, and AQHA horse Regal To A Te repeat as AQHYA world champions in equitation over fences.
Dionne Stigge of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and Knee Deep In Assets take the 2012 AQHA world championship in amateur equitation over fences.
After three rounds of head-to-head competition, Kim McCormack emerged victorious in the over fences portion of the WEF Collegiate Equitation Challenge for the University of South Carolina.
In an effort to improve rules compliance, rules experts are proposing changes that make protest resolution easier, swifter, and more equitable.
Claiming it could not recover enough from the sale of the property to cover the cost of purchase of the property and the liens against it, US Bank petitioned the court for equitable relief in an effort to have the liens discharged.
Jenny Miller wants to win a world championship in western equitation.
According to Equitable Gas officials, after a section of pipe is replaced, the company or its contractors will restore the streets, sidewalks, yards, landscaping and more to meet City of Pittsburgh codes.
Snow plowing has been equitable.
NYSUT President Dick Iannuzzi calls on delegates to continue fighting for workers rights, equitable funding for education, ending the achievement gap, a living wage for all and healthy and safe work environments.
Should they summon the skill and dexterity, Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan could guide the country to the restoration of a more austere and modest government with more restrained entitlements and a more equitable and efficient tax code.
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In science:

In other words, for a fixed equitable σ ∈ {0, 1}n we need to study the random hypergraph Hk (n, m) given that σ is a 2-coloring.
The condensation transition in random hypergraph 2-coloring
Furthermore, given σ , let Ze (d) be the number of equitable 2-colorings τ with Hamming distance dist(σ, τ ) = d.
The condensation transition in random hypergraph 2-coloring
Let us call a 2-coloring σ of a hypergraph H good if σ is equitable and the its local cluster C (σ) = (cid:8)τ ∈ S (H ) : dist(σ, τ ) ≤ 2−k/2n(cid:9) has size |C (σ)| ≤ E [Ze ].
The condensation transition in random hypergraph 2-coloring
If π is an equitable colouring of a graph G, we can define a the quotient graph Q(G, π) as follows.
Practical graph isomorphism, II
Suppose that π , π (cid:48) are equitable colourings with the same number of vertices of each colour.
Practical graph isomorphism, II
By developing systems whereby resources can be equitably distributed among members, groups can maximize the probability of equitable behavior among members. 2b. A group will reward members who behave equitably toward others and punish those who do not. 3.
Does Meaning Evolve?
It is shown in that adiabatic method equitable if the energy of nucleus oscillations does not exceed energy of electronic transitions.
Phonon-Drag Thermopower at High Temperatures
Then we call P an ǫ-regular partition into k parts if |Cs | = |Ct | for all 1 ≤ s, t ≤ k , |C0| ≤ ǫn, and (Cs , Ct) is an ǫ-regular pair for all but ǫk2 pairs (s, t). (If P has only this first property, it is called equitable.) Our first theorem is the following.
A Permutation Regularity Lemma
Now, C satisfies the conclusions of the theorem, except that it may not be equitable.
A Permutation Regularity Lemma
Therefore, we wish to choose k large enough so that s increments of n/9k add up to at most ǫn/2, and n large enough so that |C0 | < k implies |C0 | ≤ ǫn/2. (We can guarantee |C0 | < k if we begin with an equitable k -partition.) So let k ≥ m be large enough so that 9k ≥ 2s/ǫ.
A Permutation Regularity Lemma
Our proof contains two key ingredients: the equitable presentation of Uq (g) and the notion of a split decomposition.
Irreducible Modules for the Quantum Affine Algebra $U_q(g)$ and its Borel subalgebra $U_q(g)^{\geq 0}$
For the discussion that follows, we will need the equitable presentation of Uq (g) introduced by Terwilliger in .
Irreducible Modules for the Quantum Affine Algebra $U_q(g)$ and its Borel subalgebra $U_q(g)^{\geq 0}$
We now give the equitable presentation of U ≥0 .
Irreducible Modules for the Quantum Affine Algebra $U_q(g)$ and its Borel subalgebra $U_q(g)^{\geq 0}$
To get a Uq (g)-module structure on V , we initially work with the equitable presentation for Uq (g) given in Proposition 3.1.
Irreducible Modules for the Quantum Affine Algebra $U_q(g)$ and its Borel subalgebra $U_q(g)^{\geq 0}$
Terwilliger, The equitable presentation for the quantum group Uq (g) associated with a symmetrizable Kac-Moody algebra g, J.
Irreducible Modules for the Quantum Affine Algebra $U_q(g)$ and its Borel subalgebra $U_q(g)^{\geq 0}$
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