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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
adjective: Equal in power, force, effect, etc.
From Old French equipolent, from Latin aequipollens (of equal value), from aequus (equal) + pollens (able), present participle of pollere (to be strong). Earliest documented use: 1420.
“[Sebright] locked gazes with Neale in a silent, furious battle of equipollent wills.”
Michael P. Kube-McDowell; Enigma; Berkley Books; 1986.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:If only the sun-drenched celebrities are being noticed and worshiped, then our children are going to have a tough time seeing the value in the shadows, where the thinkers, probers, and scientists are keeping society together. -Rita Dove, poet (b. 28 Aug 1952)