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counterbalanced

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of counterbalance.
  • adjective Having a counterbalance

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Examples

  • Though it appeared better calculated to exclude the warm rays of the sun, than to keep out the cold; a cheerful fire within counterbalanced the evil; and I was seated opposite to a good natured squaw, and two or three children.

    Life in the Rocky Mountains

  • It's naturally "counterbalanced" by their one Democrat even more concerned for the center than Rosen or Bai, Noah Feldman on differences among orthodox Jews.

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  • The study noted that not ethanol only produces 70 percent of the energy generated by gasoline and added that not all CO2 is "counterbalanced" in the process.

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  • Parents should be on the lookout for goals that may be improperly anchored or counterbalanced at their child's school, field or playground.

    Soccer goals need to be anchored

  • The freebies are counterbalanced with brutal crackdowns on opposition leaders that include arrests and torture, he says.

    Cash can be key to quelling dissent

  • Anything which takes away from any freedom must be counterbalanced by benefit.

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  • It is likely that the worsening income distribution in both countries may have had something to do with it, so that increased demand from high-income groups is counterbalanced by reduced demand from poorer sections.

    The truth about the global demand for food | Jayati Ghosh

  • This has always been the Steve Jobs contract with the world: Whatever chaos and pain he produces will be more than counterbalanced by the benefits of being within his zone.

    Steve Jobs and the Death of the Personal Computer

  • Here's the thing about the Oct. 30 Jon Stewart rally: Sure, it's satirizing rallies like Glenn Beck's, notes Paul Farhi -- but it's also an awful lot like a Glenn Beck rally, with its claim on high-minded non-partisan themes counterbalanced by superstar partisan guests.

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  • The freebies are counterbalanced with brutal crackdowns on opposition leaders that include arrests and torture, he says.

    Cash can be key to quelling dissent

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