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- n. Alternative spelling of equalizer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. an electronic circuit which reduces frequency distortion.
- n. an equivalent counterbalancing weight.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a weight that balances another weight
- n. electronic equipment that reduces frequency distortion
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Well played Orient - you fully deserved that and the equaliser was a cracker.
I felt we were in total control of the game up to then, and that their equaliser was the turning point.
From that point of view, the equaliser was a big disappointment.
If that was a warning to Arsenal to keep their eye on the French winger they ignored it, though what they could actually have done about Frank Lampard's superb 45-yard pass to set up the equaliser is another matter.
Stephen Ireland, making his first start for four matches, put City in front when he collected a Shaun Wright-Phillips pass, took two touches and poked his shot across Joe Murphy into the far corner, but while Scunthorpe rallied, the fightback was short-lived, even if their equaliser was a minor classic.
That said, "equaliser" isn't quite the word to describe the 1000 Balmain jeans, which just sold out at Net-A-Porter.
Rodwell's maturity in midfield was rewarded when he headed the equaliser, meaning England play their semi-final in Gothenburg later this week.
Liverpool led through Ryan Babel's thunderbolt only for Lisandro Lopez to pop up with a last-gasp equaliser, meaning Rafael Benitez's side must now win their two remaining games in Group E and hope already-qualified Lyon can do them a favour against Fiorentina if they are to reach the last 16.
"I felt we were in total control of the game up to then, and that their equaliser was the turning point.
He said: "Our defending was poor, we had a bad day, but their equaliser was a scabby goal.