Some cynics might suggest it is not enough, but F1 has been very successful for 20 years and doing too much might have tipped the balance
too much the other way.
Contractual disputes between the organizers and the museum stretched over months, and the uncommonly high exhibition fee and presentation costs (much of the work is exceptionally perishable and difficult to display) finally tipped the balance
But his second vote tipped the balance
by giving Claire three nominations.
In the end it was diplomacy by Western powers and Russia that tipped the balance
, convincing President Slobodan Milosevic that he had no choice but to accede to international demands and make peace in Kosovo.
By injecting the mice with a toxin that targets the cell type that destroys the body's insulin factories, they have tipped the balance
in favor of the insulin-protective cell type, halting diabetes onset.
What tipped the balance
was DDB's creative insight into a key target market for cotton; women ages 18-34.
They had to dig deep at West Hartlepool in National Three North and in the end it was fly-half Rhys Hayes who tipped the balance
as the home side lost their discipline.