Equidistantly
Equidistant E`qui*dis"tant, a. [L. aequidistans, -antis; aequus equal + distans distant: cf. F. ['e]quidistant.] Being at an equal distance from the same point or thing. -- {E`qui*dis"tant*ly}, adv. --Sir T. Browne. [1913 Webster]

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