Equitable

  • (adj): Implying justice dictated by reason, conscience, and a natural sense of what is fair to all.
    Example: "Equitable treatment of all citizens"; "an equitable distribution of gifts among the children"
    Synonyms: just

Some articles on equitable:

Scottish Equitable - History
1831 - Scottish Equitable Life Assurance Society began in Edinburgh 1994 - Scottish Equitable plc was formed and since then has been part of the AEGON Group 2006 - Scottish Equitable became known as ...
Equitable Coloring
... In graph theory, an area of mathematics, an equitable coloring is an assignment of colors to the vertices of an undirected graph, in such a way that No two adjacent ... For instance, giving each vertex a distinct color would be equitable, but would typically use many more colors than are necessary in an optimal equitable ... An equivalent way of defining an equitable coloring is that it is an embedding of the given graph as a subgraph of a TurĂ¡n graph ...
The Children's Mutual
... is a trading name of the Tunbridge Wells Equitable Group, which includes the parent organisation Tunbridge Wells Equitable Friendly Society Limited, a mutual organisation ... Tunbridge Wells Equitable is committed to complying with the Annotated Combined Code on Corporate Governance that applies to mutual insurers ...
Baltimore Equitable Society
... Baltimore Equitable Society/Insurance, until 2003 was located at the original headquarters of the Eutaw Savings Bank, is a historic bank building located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States ... and the building was acquired by the Baltimore Equitable Society in 1889 ... The Baltimore Equitable Society is the oldest corporation in the city and the third-oldest fire insurance company in the United States ...
Equitable Interest
... An equitable interest is an "interest held by virtue of an equitable title (a title that indicates a beneficial interest in property and that gives the holder the right to acquire formal legal title) or claimed on ...