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  • Probably some gain in such a case would have been balanced against some loss. Cited from Memorials and Other Papers V1,by Thomas de Quincey
  • Others note that this often has been balanced by various forms of female authority.
  • The annual production and use of energy is balanced in such a community.
  • These must be balanced against glass quality and the age of the draw.
  • We\'re all here to share information in a way that is balanced.
  • They did not understand that the powers in a state should be balanced. Cited from Laws, by Plato
  • The pressure of the wind on its face is balanced by a spring.
  • The music is balanced and the flow of the album is very well done.
  • Academic subjects are balanced with sports and activities along with travel throughout the region.
  • These two forces must be balanced during the act of singing. Cited from The Renaissance of the Vocal Art, by Edmund Myer
  • There are other factors which sometimes must be balanced against the need for open justice.
  • It features a woman being balanced above a man with their arms at full stretch.
  • 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
  • Their number, only two originally, was increased to four, by which their power was balanced and broken. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VII. (of 12), by Burke
  • The books must be balanced at the close of each day. Cited from Studies in Civics, by James T. McCleary
  • Being developed by one man means the game is balanced.
  • Degree programs are balanced between those with an arts and science focus, and those with professional focus.
  • These needs must all be balanced and met for a person to function most effectively.
  • That self-giving must be balanced equally on the part of the man and the woman. Cited from Religious Education in the Family, by Henry F. Cope
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