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Imbalance

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That counter attack is more effective than elaborate attack only at home but not away when playing against an imbalanced defence was rather unexpected.
And the use of concrete water mains and polyvinyl-chloride (PVC) water pipes can effectively interrupt the conductive path provided by metal plumbing, and this furnishes another method of keeping imbalanced currents from producing high levels of magnetic-field exposure.
They believe an imbalanced diet in the expectant mother can compromise the long-term functioning of a gene in the child.
Summary: Barack Obama has said that the world economy is recovering failing to address imbalanced growth will lead to further crises.
The violent response of some Palestinians - which is as regrettable and futile as any violence - is also a pathetic sign of how imbalanced this conflict is.
If you are lacking in nutrition or your hormones are imbalanced, you might have spots and slowhealing skin.
In League Two, Carloster FC's 21-11 win over Maybe Five kept the pressure on AMS Scaffolding, who recorded a 15-5 success over the Imbalanced, ensuring the fight for survival in League Two goes to the wire.
Critics say the policy has led to forced abortions, sterilisations and a dangerously imbalanced sex ratio due to a traditional preference for male heirs that has prompted families to abort female foetuses.
We believe the article presented an imbalanced interpretation of mental illness.
The ultra-contemporary group will present three of Saarinen's works, including his signature solo, Hunt (2002), a tour de force of beautifully imbalanced movement set to Stravinsky's Rite of Spring.
The Shames offer a framework for exploring the key imbalances, categorizing them as three "Endo-Types:" the thyroid-imbalanced "feeling fat" type; the sex-gland imbalanced "fuzzy" type; and the "frazzled" adrenally imbalanced types.
ACS chief executive David Rae said: "The implications of this deal and the ongoing process of market consolidation will be felt nationally, as buying power is concentrated on fewer players, and competition between the Big Four and the rest of the market becomes more imbalanced.