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I would like to rephrase this sentence

The equations that describe the evolution are: ...

  • in a better sense. the word that sound miscellaneous.

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  • Can you clarify what you mean by "miscellaneous"? That doesn't seem to be a standard usage of the word. – Nathan Tuggy Dec 18 '16 at 21:14
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Your example

The equations that describe the evolution are: ...

is understandable, however it would be phrased as

The equations which describe the evolution are: ...

If you feel "that" or "which" are extraneous (not "miscellaneous"), it might be rephrased as

The equations describing the evolution are: ...

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