from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or result of balancing or adjusting; equipoise.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or result of balancing or adjusting; equipoise; even adjustment of forces.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of balancing, or the state of being balanced.
Culture Warrior O'Reilly thinks Rosie is "flat out dangerous" and her far-left trespassing onto his fair-minded, opine-territory is threatening enough to fairness and balancement that the no-spinster was forced to protect impartiality by bringing on noted fair and balancer, Michelle Malkin, two shows in a row, to explain how the left is flat out dangerous.
Geoffroy's main answer to this question is his _Loi de balancement_.
He used Geoffroy's _Loi de balancement_ to explain cases of correlative development, such as the relation between the size of the front wings and the development of the mesothorax.
Hilaire's _loi de balancement_ and also in Goethe's writings on morphology.
The minuteness of the episternals and the xiphisternals may be attributed to the gigantic size of the entosternal, in accordance with the _Loi de balancement_.
THE ELDER Geoffroy and Goethe propounded, at about the same time, their law of compensation or balancement of growth; or, as Goethe expressed it, In order to spend on one side, nature is forced to economise on the other side.
Mexia was displaying profound skill in the nice balancement of his tankard as the servant behind him refilled the measure.
Accordingly, all his compositions ought to be played with that kind of accented, rhythmical balancement, that morbidezza, the secret of which it was difficult to seize if one had not often heard him play.
All his compositions have to be played with this sort of balancement accentue et prosodie, this morbidezza, of which it was difficult to seize the secret when one had not heard him often.
The elder Geoffroy and Goethe propounded, at about the same period, their law of compensation or balancement of growth; or, as Goethe expressed it, "in order to spend on one side, nature is forced to economise on the other side."
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