Ségolène Royal talks about the need to counterbalance “the American hyperpower”.
Evil intentionally inflicted can only add to, not counterbalance, unintended evils.
Nice counterbalance too between the side hair on the left and the pleated detail on the right.
His goal was to develop a spring that would instantaneously counterbalance the wave motion that rocks a ship at sea.
When I’ve gone through a stressful situation, the way I counterbalance it is by allowing time to build up my reserves.
He also called for “genuine European economic government” within the euro area to counterbalance the European Central Bank.
But right above the main handle is a spring-assisted handle that helps counterbalance the weight of each shovel full of snow.
“It appears Egypt’s intent is to force ceasefire negotiations by acting as counterbalance to Turkish and GNA strength on the ground.”
Washington has generally been keen for Japan to take on a more active military presence in the region to counterbalance China’s growing might.
For banks like Goldman, this push is in part to provide more recurring, fee-based revenues and help counterbalance more volatile business lines like trading.
Mr Francis is a doctor as well as a writer, and for him the quiet simplicity of island living is a counterbalance to “the torrent of life through the clinic”.
Since it's impacted by different influences, silver can be a good way to diversify and counterbalance your portfolio vis-a-vis equities or other paper securities.
In other systems electricity may provide both the lifting ability and the force needed to counterbalance; these are a second type of hoist, called a pure-power hoist.
After the Serbo-Turkish War ended in 1878, the other great powers of Europe intervened at the Congress of Berlin to counterbalance Russia’s new influence in the Balkans.
Directors West and Cohen counterbalance the archive material with plenty of footage of young lawyers and law students today who see Ginsburg as their ultimate role model.
…cause of the first Sino-British clash in the 19th century, began in the late 18th century as the British attempted to counterbalance their unfavourable China trade with traffic in Indian opium.
On Jan. 30, 1933, after three ineffectual chancellors, President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler to the post, believing that the vice-chancellor, Franz von Papen, would counterbalance any Nazi excess.
"Walmart is improving every year and ecommerce sellers are rooting for Walmart in a way, because it's just nice to have some sort of counterbalance to this massive company that for a lot of ecommerce sellers counts for 60% to 70% plus for their sales," Hart said.
This system, called the Maneuvering Characteristic Augmentation System, or MCAS, is designed to counterbalance the new weight of these engines by pushing the plane's nose down if this weight tips the plane's nose upward in a way that could force the plane to stall.
Bank of America's chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan, said: "Strong capital markets results provided an important counterbalance to the COVID-19-related impacts on our Consumer business, and our industry-leading digital capabilities allowed us to support clients amid difficult working conditions."
- adjust for
- a weight that balances another weight
- equality of distribution
- contrast with equal weight or force
- a compensating equivalent
- oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions
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