I always feel there's no real balance
of gain in my work on the land, and yet one does it....
The real balance
sheet of banks should be strictly controlled, he noted.
The statement added that the delegation renewed its support for the three principles that Barzani considers the basis of the relationship between the region and Baghdad, which is in harmony, partnership and real balance
There's a real balance
of sweet and spice here and a hint of creaminess due to the tonka bean that gives off a mild vanilla note that makes it almost comforting.
Feeding sheep in the later stages of pregnancy is a real balance
. Underfeeding causes a metabolic energy crisis that can be fatal for lambs and ewe.
This draft, he said, had failed to establish a real balance
between powers hence the need, to make up for this by means of adopting some constitutional techniques that would secure the required equilibrium.
"There is a real balance
to the side and at the start of the season I felt they would win the league but they are chasing a Morton side whose doggedness has been excellent.
He gives real balance
and he can win the ball back and play it out because with the ball he's spectacular."
"We have a real balance
between conditioning work and rugby training, and it just means that as we get nearer to the start of the season the ball is not going to seem like some sort of alien object to us.
When the real balance
effect of money growth is weakly dominated by the consumption effect and some conditions are satisfied, higher monetary growth lowers steady state capital, labor, real balances
, consumption, and welfare.
"The team are aware of it, and of course we'd love to have had more mileage, but there is a real balance
," Hamilton said.