Definition of Equalizations

1. Noun. (plural of equalization) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Equalizations

1. equalization [n] - See also: equalization

Lexicographical Neighbors of Equalizations

equalised
equaliser
equalisers
equalises
equalising
equalism
equalitarian
equalitarianism
equalitarians
equalities
equality
equality before the law
equality sign
equality signs
equalization
equalizations (current term)
equalize
equalized
equalizer
equalizers
equalizes
equalizing
equalizing dividend
equall
equalled
equalling
equally
equalness
equals
equals sign

Literary usage of Equalizations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report by New York (State). State Tax Commission (1917)
"COUNTY equalizations Section 50 of the tax law sets forth very precisely the rule to be used in the equalization of assessments between the towns of a ..."

2. Thoughts on speculative cosmology and the principles of art by William Gawin Herdman (1870)
"equalizations. 1.—Nothing overwhelms human thought so much as infinitude of space and infinity of time. To state that this world was created only 6000 years ..."

3. Readings on American State Government by Paul Samuel Reinsch (1911)
"... to make state equalizations, to inspect and criticize the work of local assessors, to revise county equalizations, and order reassessments of property. ..."

4. State and Local Taxation: National Conference by National Tax Association (1908)
"... to make state equalizations, to inspect and criticise the work of local assessors, to revise county equalizations and order reassessments of property. ..."

5. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1922)
"When the corrections, changes, and equalizations have been made by the board, ... When any such corrections, changes and equalizations shall bave been made ..."

6. Reports of Cases by New York (State). Court of Appeals (1886)
"It may bo assumed that few appeals will be taken to the State assessors from equalizations at the hazard of paying such enormous expenses. ..."

7. Modern Nirvanaism by William Danmar (1914)
"... to be individualized, for instance in organic bodies, but is supposed to extend beyond all bodily limits similar to the equalizations of temperature. ..."

Other Resources:

Search for Equalizations on Dictionary.com!Search for Equalizations on Thesaurus.com!Search for Equalizations on Google!Search for Equalizations on Wikipedia!

Search