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That way they're all the same strength and have had ample water and food in an even balance.
The new schedule will create a more even balance of Etihad Airways' flights to North America across the early morning and mid-morning banks.
The new schedule will create a more even balance of Etihad's flights to North America across the early morning and mid-morning banks.
There have also been reports of fewer buyers coming to market in recent months, which has created a more even balance between the number of homes for sale and the number of house hunters to potentially buy them.
It features a center mounted engine and hydraulic drive train to give it a very low center of gravity and even balance.
In 1939, Walter Lippmann said that the endurance of democracy rests upon a "sufficiently even balance of political power" between government and opposition, so that the former does not become "arbitrary" and the latter "revolutionary and irreconcilable.
At a senior level, we are witnessing an even balance between local and expat hires, with CEOs and boards seeing the benefits and contribution of local and global talent.
Certain items sell better but if there's an even balance of things selling, you know you're doing it right.
The salad was fresh and the dressing the right amount; it was tangy, constituting an even balance of sweet and pungent.
8220;We are lucky to have a unique environment at the shop that has an even balance between learning and relaxation,” stated Marketing Manager Cindy Lyons.
There is an even balance between men and women and about a quarter of our members are under 60.
It seems that sibling rivalry spurred them both on - Alistair would even balance his A-level physics notes on his bike's handlebars, revising while cycling and later winning a place at Cambridge University.