Former Scunthorpe skipper Alan Knill tipped the balance
with a headed own goal in the 54th minute .
Paleontologists have discovered the fossilized jaw of a mammal so tiny that the entire animal would have tipped the balance
at only 1.
Finally, during the Enlightenment, the aubain laws fell into desuetude as discussions of citizenship tipped the balance
decisively in favor of individual rights as opposed to duties, framing their elaboration - particularly during the Revolution - in constitutional terms best expressed in the Code Civile.
For Clinton, that must have finally tipped the balance
in Perry's favor.
In this case, it was not simply a costs appraisal that tipped the balance
, but rather the strategic interests on the part of the customer.
Marcus Lyon, John Gill and James Whitelock-Wainwright breached the home rearguard but all the good work was nearly lost in the last minute when Penrith missed a kick which would have tipped the balance
After my comments in last week's column his arrival would have tipped the balance
too much in the favour of the moneybags Mancs to be healthy for football.
com Conference West Midlands Division contest but Bray's tries just before and after half-time tipped the balance
in favour of the table-topping visitors and victory was secured by their rather more together team work.
Northumbria led 12-3 at one stage but the sin-binning of flanker Richard Armstrong tipped the balance
Newcastle's way and two tries by Richard Booth won the day.