belonging equally to

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Disabilities studies reject these associations for their reduction of people with disabilities to their instructive value-the mirror image exposing pretense--for "the normate" (a tenu coined by Rosemarie Garland Thomson) and nondisabled as opposed to the inherent value belonging equally to all.
He owned one third of the shares in the firm, with the remainder belonging equally to the wives of Mr Sartori and Mr Sherwin.
There is no single answer to this question, of course, because of the friction between the sense of "belonging equally to" embedded in the Latin communities and the multiplicity of actual communities in which any one person or family lived.
belonging equally to, or shared alike by, two or more or all in question: common property; common interests.