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e·quiv·a·lence

, equivalency (ē-kwiv'ă-lens, -len-sē),
1. The property of an element or radical of combining with or displacing, in definite and fixed proportion, another element or radical in a compound.
2. The point in a precipitin test at which antibody and antigen are present in optimal proportions.
[L. aequus, equal, + valentia, strength (valence)]

e·quiv·a·lence

, equivalency (ē-kwiv'ă-lĕns, -lĕn-sē)
The property of an element or radical of combining with or displacing, in definite and fixed proportion, another element or radical in a compound.
[L. aequus, equal, + valentia, strength (valence)]

equivalency

the combining power of an electrolyte. See also equivalent.
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In making cash equivalency adjustments, an appraiser must be aware of market conditions on two counts: first, the level of loan discount points and closing costs paid at different price levels by loan types; second, whether the costs paid by sellers are realized to any extent in the sale prices.
A group of the leading foundations and philanthropic service providers conceived of NGOsource to address the bureaucracy, confusion, and processing challenges associated with determining equivalency for the purpose of grantmaking.
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Getting their documents verified and approved from home countries and then from US embassies is a time consuming and tedious process and Credentials Equivalency facilitates and simplifies it.
The average test taker is about 26, and many people seeking a high school equivalency diploma are poor.
The changes include implementing a two-tiered scoring system--with one performance level based on a traditional high school equivalency and another on college and career readiness--and a computer-only administration of the test.
The APhA complete review for the foreign pharmacy graduate equivalency examination.
Although the UAA covers all aspects of the regulation of accountancy in a state, one key innovation has been the concept of "substantial equivalency" A state that adopts substantial equivalency recognizes that an out-of-state CPA can practice in the state if he or she comes from a state with CPA licensure requirements that are substantially equivalent to the rigorous education, experience and examination requirements in the UAA (or individually meets those requirements).
Efforts to date have resulted in a disjointed and non-uniform approach to mobility because states have not implemented substantial equivalency as it was intended.
For example, some claimed certain points were unrealistic or old ideas repackaged differently, such as making graduation or equivalency compulsory up to age 21.
Individuals seeking credit for equivalency courses should provide a copy of their college transcript to their servicing personnel office.