"We had a less creative game but we managed to keep two clean sheets so we need to try and get that balance," said Nafti, frantically moving his hands as though they were a pair of scales
In the human body the muscles are designed to be like a balanced pair of scales
, pushing and pulling equally when needed, however lifestyles, jobs and exercise habits encourage us to favour certain muscles over others.
Sarah Barber uses the story of Nebuchadnesar's son Belshazzar from the Old Testament to explore the metaphor of a pair of scales
used to weigh a person like Charles in the balance, but she concedes that this metaphor amounted to only "an undercurrent" in the rhetoric of the time (106).
Also new are a pair of scales
with large digital displays.
The first pair of scales
and the dyad appear together in a row as marked on the chart of Example 2a; the second pair of scales
and the dyad appear stacking up on the right of the same chart, as marked a by dotted line.
Gill, restaurant critic - I don't own a pair of scales
; I don't measure myself like luggage.
The other side of his medal was a pair of scales
In conclusion, this study extended research on the measurement properties of a pair of scales
that appear to have promise for providing reliable and valid measures of goal acceptance and goal commitment.
WHEN Tanya Oliver-Grieves finally plucked up the courage to step on a pair of scales
she'd already lost a little bit of weight in readiness, but the numbers still shocked her.
"I bought a pair of scales
and was horrified to see them hit 19st 13.5 lb and it was there and then I vowed I would never hit 20st."