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counterbalancing

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of counterbalance.

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Examples

  • But the muscle groups that are perpendicular to these two balancing muscle groups are called the counterbalancing muscle groups.

    The Genius of Flexibility

  • But the muscle groups that are perpendicular to these two balancing muscle groups are called the counterbalancing muscle groups.

    The Genius of Flexibility

  • In the spy feel of the game, there are many positive and negative repercussions to dealing with folks that pay off immediately (which is how players have been trained with Speech) but also longer-term counterbalancing positive and negative repercussions (which do undermine how Speech skills are perceived).

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  • For example, while your quads and hamstrings are balancing muscle groups, your central adductors and abductors inner and outer thigh muscles counterbalance them and are thus called the counterbalancing muscle groups to your quads and hamstrings.

    The Genius of Flexibility

  • For example, while your quads and hamstrings are balancing muscle groups, your central adductors and abductors inner and outer thigh muscles counterbalance them and are thus called the counterbalancing muscle groups to your quads and hamstrings.

    The Genius of Flexibility

  • Many management jobs entail counterbalancing negative factors, but if a manager spends a great deal of time at the job, it is likely that he gets strong rewards there and few rewards anywhere else in life.

    Stress and the Manager

  • Many management jobs entail counterbalancing negative factors, but if a manager spends a great deal of time at the job, it is likely that he gets strong rewards there and few rewards anywhere else in life.

    Stress and the Manager

  • Many management jobs entail counterbalancing negative factors, but if a manager spends a great deal of time at the job, it is likely that he gets strong rewards there and few rewards anywhere else in life.

    Stress and the Manager

  • It also offers a kind of counterbalancing self-assertion that is necessary in the face of hostility and prejudice: as Lady Gaga sings: "In the religion of the insecure/ I must be myself."

    Lady Gaga's new gay anthem

  • Converts since then to a gospel of free-market economics, Vietnam's rulers today see America not as a foe but as an increasingly valuable partner with shared geopolitical interests, such as counterbalancing a rising China next-door.

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