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What does "On equal ground", "On an equal footing" Those two seem to me similar in respect of meaning and structure. Could you explain why one has 'an/a' and the other has no article? If u are able and would do, please correct my sentence as well. mean?

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What does "On equal ground", "On an equal footing" Those two seem to me similar in respect of meaning and structure. Could you explain why one has 'an/a' and the other has no article? If u are able and would do, please correct my sentence as well. mean?
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