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  • The pressure of the wind on its face is balanced by a spring.
  • The church in the distance to the right is balanced by the hill in the far left.
  • Every scene between father and daughter is balanced by a corresponding scene between mother and son. Cited from Play-Making, by William Archer
  • One large picture may be balanced by two smaller ones. Cited from The Art of Interior Decoration, by Grace Wood
  • This is balanced by the fact that they can generally only be opened for writing by a single process at a time.
  • The loss of sound energy is balanced by producing heat energy.
  • The maternal nature of the character was balanced by his physical and public power.
  • It must be balanced by exactly as much attraction on one side as another. Cited from The Golden Censer, by John McGovern
  • That quality is balanced by the overall form, very much in keeping with regional building traditions.
  • So, too, life and love are balanced by the star of wisdom. Cited from The Light of Egypt, Volume II, by Wagner/Burgoyne
  • To himself he seemed rather to be pitied; their loss was balanced by his own. Cited from Princess, by Mary Greenway McClelland
  • Thus some pretty powerful cards could be balanced by having a lower canceling cost.
  • The garden may have been balanced by a similar walled garden to the south-east of the house.
  • "Surely that death is balanced by the life you have given me." Cited from A Voyage to Arcturus, by David Lindsay
  • His lack of experience in the field is balanced by his extraordinary drive and determination.
  • The right to practice their culture is balanced by law with the responsibility to never offend another community.
  • Increasing intellectual power and knowledge must be balanced by increasing individual experience of the religious motives and spirit. Cited from Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic, by Sidney L. Gulick
  • The player is given a single life, which is balanced by the number of reinforcements from fellow soldiers.
  • When closed, the steam pressure acted on the small diameter and was balanced by the spring force.
  • Race weakness appears but this could easily be balanced by the same or similar weakness in other races. Cited from Applied Eugenics, by Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
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