Silence is sometimes equivalent to an allowance.
Although a planar pair might theoretically be included, this would impose no constraint and thus be equivalent to an opening in the kinematic chain.
SanDstone and conglomerate are the consolidated equivalent of sand and gravel
Creation: Production of 1 kg of PS requires the equivalent of about 2 1/4 kg of oil (raw material and energy). Styrene monomers are harmful to health.
AR (for add registers) is much easier to remember than the equivalent binARy operation code: 00011010
Accounting rate of interest - ARI: Discount rate used to convert future values of benefits and costs into equivalent present values.
Countries shall recognize AS being equivalent those phytosanitary meASures that are not identical but which have the same effect.
Consumption of three enriched eggs supplied 750 mg of total n-3 FA daily, predominantly AS DHA, or the equivalent of one fatty fish meal per day.
A unit of electric power equal to the product of one volt and one Ampere, equivalent to one watt
The BASIC corrosion resistance of ductile is equivalent to that of steel, and in some cases slightly better.