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  • Over time the balance between elected members and appointed members changed.
  • It was intended to strike a balance between competition and continued quality service.
  • His program consisted of a balance between course work and military training.
  • Champions also introduced game balance between player characters to role-playing games.
  • This defense is generally considered to be a balance between run and pass defense.
  • Effort has been made to strike a balance between the university architecture and nature.
  • He stated that his eight-year marriage ended because he could not find a balance between work and home.
  • Each country in this position chooses its own balance between these three goals.
  • The balance between these elements forms the company's capital structure.
  • It is important to strike a balance between education and economic opportunity.
  • In this manner, the existing economic balance between nations would be maintained.
  • There is a balance between professional advertising, value for money and quality of service.
  • At first there was a balance between the two sides.
  • The series roughly follows the balance between the personal and professional lives of the four main characters.
  • As a result, finding the right balance between too much and too little safety stock is essential.
  • Instead, he chose to focus on creating balance between various features and points of interest in the room.
  • Because of various concerns over the lands, the parties involved balance between development and the environment.
  • More recent stories have attempted to find a balance between the two explanations.
  • Or should there be a balance between the two?
  • Degree programs are balanced between those with an arts and science focus, and those with professional focus.
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