Imbalance


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Imbalance

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Our computer simulation and test mold proved that the imbalance developed in the standard geometrically balanced runners resulted from the shear variations across the flow channel.
To determine if an imbalance exists, the physicians at HerKare evaluate patients in seven areas of potential deficiencies: Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone, Thyroid function, Folate, Vitamin D and B12.
What's happening is that the TH2 cells are killing the TH1 cells, creating the imbalance.
Recommendation: To improve the Minerals Management Service's oversight of the RIK gas program and help ensure that the nation receives its fair share of RIK gas, the Secretary of the Interior should audit the operators and imbalance data of a sample of leases taken in kind and, on the basis of the audit findings, establish a risk-based auditing program for the RIK properties.
trade policy and ask what's it going to look like two years from now if we face a recession, if unemployment's at 7 percent, if the global current account deficit is up to $1 trillion, if the bilateral imbalance with China's at $300 billion, then ] would not put very many bets on the continued openness of the global trading system.
Sanguine imbalance may well come from overindulgences of "women and wine.
Typically, when an imbalance is found, we are encouraged to strengthen with resistance training.
Most of these involved workload imbalances across teams, and management duplications and overlaps in some posts.
In contrast, there is little evidence of a positive correlation across security types for the order imbalance of large trades.
That's why heartburn or constipation, combined with fatigue, irritability or foggy thinking, can be linked to underlying hormone imbalance.
The software should also contribute to correct the imbalance between the amount and/or quality of input that children receive in each language, and children should be encouraged to extend their vocabulary into domains in which they typically use only one language.
There is such a glut of boys in Fujian Province--roughly 134 are born for every 100 girls--that the imbalance has forced an unlikely response from the Chinese government, To persuade more families to have girls, it has decided in some cases to reward families that already have daughters.