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  • v. Present participle of unbalance.


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  • And this amounts to a significant, but hidden 'unbalancing' of the economy.


  • Golaud—the prince who finds the mysterious Mélisande weeping in the forest, marries her and brings her back home—was aggressive and jealous from the beginning, unbalancing the opera's delicate love triangle.

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  • It also took us far too long to actually get there, as well as unbalancing the finale - by the end of the action, I was utterly exhausted and proceeded to be somewhat perplexed by what happened next.

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  • The West Village-based director, who is 30, returns with this drama about a young New York filmmaker Olivia Thirlby , from "Juno" who takes up residency in her sound designer's pool house, unbalancing the dynamics of his family.

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  • You always have to be a little leery of unbalancing an ecosystem by slaughtering billions of anything, but if you have to perform genocide, is there a better target?

    Lasers switch from downing missiles to killing bugs

  • There are some imperfections – the unbalancing strength of Aaron's voice, for one – but these are overcome by restrained and powerful writing.

    Great House by Nicole Krauss – review

  • They are equally implicit in changes in the climate: we are unbalancing not just the human world, but also nature.

    Ervin Laszlo: The Cardinal Sins - and the Cardinal Virtue - of Our Time

  • This would prevent government from being able to balance its budget by unbalancing the budgets of its citizens.

    A Growth Agenda for the New Congress

  • To his surprise, the spiked length began vibrating like an enormous tuning fork, completely unbalancing him.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • She pushed me toward my porch, and I nearly toppled over, the weight of the head unbalancing me.

    Bleeding Violet


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