That means more equidistance and liberal fudge.
Ashdown’s avowed strategy was initially one of “equidistance” between Labour and the Conservatives.
Independence does not mean equidistance between the two powers, caution diplomats.
In this manner, the principles of equidistance and harmonic euphony are accommodated within one tonal-harmonic system.
Geopolitical issues include above all maintaining an equilibrium—though hardly equidistance—in the face of America-China confrontation.
Some senior Lib Dem figures believe that he would give up the Lib Dem leadership if the conference forced him to return to equidistance.
But in an era of strained relations and suspicion, the equidistance is hard to maintain: just close enough to power looks too close to some.
He abandoned his party's stance of equidistance between the other two parties in the last Parliament in favour of friendlier relations with Labour.
Treading a careful line between the two big parties—“equidistance”, in the buzzword—should make Mr Clegg a plausible ally, he trusts, to either potential suitor.
It runs counter to everything Mr Ashdown has stood for, from his abandonment of equidistance between the two main parties to his advocacy of the joint cabinet committee, to his present willingness to contemplate coalition with Labour.
Furthermore, these shifts in the international balance of power may have dislocated existing tribal connections enough to make Mecca an attractive new focus for supra-tribal organization, just as Mecca’s equidistance from the major powers protected its independence and neutrality.
., the basic principle that the continental shelf is a continuation of the land territory into the sea), proportionality between the length of a disputing party’s coastline and the extent of continental shelf it controls, the principle of equidistance (i.e., a line of equal distance from the two shores in question), and the existence (if any) of islands between the coastlines.
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the basic principle that the continental shelf is a continuation of the land territory into the sea proportionality between the length of a disputing partys coastline and the extent of continental shelf it controls the principle of equidistance ie a line of equal distance from the two shores in question and the existence if any of islands between the coastlines