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balanced

adjective cadenced, cadent, coextensive, consonant, consistent, constant, equable, equal, equitable, even, evenhanded, fair, firm, fluent, just, level, measured, on an even keel, orderly, poised, proportionate, rational, regular, sane, square, symmetrical, uniform
Associated concepts: balance of convenience, balance of power, balance of the equities
See also: agreed, coextensive, consonant, equal, fair, firm, just, proportionate, rational, regular, sane
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Given the way the concept of the balanced scorecard has evolved in practice, it is no wonder that many financial executives look on the concept as an expensive, bloated and useless substitute for the traditional paper reports.
Many members of the hard core of ideological Republicans in the House do not agree that either the financial realities or the "horror stories" justify a retreat from the goals of the Balanced Budget Act.
division of exploration and production of a large oil company, which has seen a 13 percent decline in income over the last five years, expects its recent Balanced Scorecard initiative to add $350 million to its bottom line over the next 10 years.
If the budget is to be balanced, it may be balanced solely on the backs of certain of our fellow Americans in the form of lost services and jobs, fewer educational opportunities, even more anemic health care, and the continued decline of the national infrastructure.
Ron Snel, State Balanced Budget Requirements: Provisions and Practice, National Conference of State Legislatures, forthcoming.
According to Cody, AIM Balanced Fund A delivered a 21.
The time has come when, if the Government is to have an adequate basis of revenue to assure a balanced budget,.