even balance


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And now both scales being reduced to a pretty even balance, her love to her mistress being thrown into the scale of her integrity, made that rather preponderate, when a circumstance struck upon her imagination which might have had a dangerous effect, had its whole weight been fairly put into the other scale.
But when they have struck an even balance, Heaven help them with whom they next open the account!
Simply put, tweaking inflation targets, communications strategies, or even balance sheets is not an adequate response to the challenges now confronting the major economies.
Chalobah coming in and Mooy going out means there is now a more even balance of options from which the head coach can select.
We went almost overnight from a store employing an even balance of juniors and seniors, to replacing our young leavers with more mature stawho could serve alcohol without having to seek authorisation from a colleague.
Dubai: Dubai's Victory Team will be concerned about striking an even balance between handling weather conditions and a proper boat balance heading into the 35th Annual Sarasota Powerboat Grand Prix Festival on Lido Beach in Sarasota, Florida, on Sunday.
Over the years their careers have seesawed and they have adjusted body language signals to cope, but this 2006 pose shows the most even balance.
"What I love about this team is an even balance of juniors and seniors.
Bear in mind fees for transferring the balance, although there are even balance transfer cards around that are fee-free.
DC500M is designed for mixed-use workloads in applications that have a more even balance of read and write I/O demands on the SSD.
DC500M is designed for mixed-use workloads in applications that have a more even balance of read and write I/O demands on the SSD.It is ideal for Cloud service providers and software-defined storage architects who need a flexible infrastructure to effectively adapt and manage transactional workloads.