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Frasi con counterbalance (in inglese)

  1. To counterbalance the so-called enmeshment.
  2. The room shook when some counterbalance shifted beneath.
  3. He may simply have cut the cord of the counterbalance and blocked.
  4. Or a person who calibrates at the 500 level wil counterbalance 750,000.
  5. It is different when you are behind the wall and can act directly on the counterbalance.
  6. All machines have their friction; and possibly this does enough good to counterbalance the evil.
  7. It takes some time to release the counterbalance, when you press on the spring from the inside of the room.
  8. This is in contrast to selling naked on one side of the market, where the trader has no counterbalance on his position.
  9. Swinging his other arm back as a sort of counterbalance he knocked Saldon to the floor, stunning him for a second or two.
  10. Protector and Helper Personalities-- These personalities serve as a counterbalance to the destructive and suicidal alters.
  11. The sexual passion was not strong enough to counterbalance the falling out and bring our relationship back to what it was.
  12. Jules, she said, summoning a little severity of manner to counterbalance the tremor in her voice, you need not come back for me.
  13. With regard to such matters, therefore, his authority can seldom be sufficient to counterbalance the united authority of the clergy of the established church.
  14. My Nordic background and values likely helped counterbalance any free market ideology picked up at UofC or material interests in a banking and hedge fund career.
  15. The produce of those different taxes will probably much more than counterbalance that of the duties imposed, by what is called the annual malt tax, upon cyder and mum.
  16. The whole extent of Louisiana is to be cut up into independent States, to counterbalance and to paralyze whatever there is of influence in other quarters of the Union.
  17. Even if introversion or extraversion are determined by genetics by as much as half, we have the ability through conscious evolution to counterbalance our dominant personality trait.
  18. And then, after all, I go too fast in my conclusions: for what I yet know, you may be no better than the rest; you may have intolerable defects to counterbalance your few good points.
  19. We should also have themes in reserve which can be used on a contingency basis to counterbalance bad news for us which is bound to occur in unforeseen patterns between now and November.
  20. Being generally, too, more favourable to his power, their deputies seem sometimes to have been employed by him as a counterbalance in those assemblies to the authority of the great lords.
  21. The symptom of addiction is merely each person's way of finding a way to relieve that pain: numb it, counterbalance it, eject it, project it, reflect it, escape it, not feel it, not face it.
  22. Brooke presented himself on the balcony, the cheers were quite loud enough to counterbalance the yells, groans, brayings, and other expressions of adverse theory, which were so moderate that Mr.
  23. There was nothing but his unsupported word that he had not been in such groups to counterbalance the existence of the actual pictures themselves, on the surface a graphic clincher to Dorgan's story.
  24. Saldon and Halon leaned on the opposite side of the boat to counterbalance the gunwale that was nearly underwater, but Manna was skilled in racing boats and there was never a real threat of capsizing.
  25. Saldon clambered to the highest point and attempted to lean out over the water, to counterbalance the boat, as Manna released the mainsail slowly and measuredly, bringing the boat into their control once more.
  26. Wherever it extended its influence, dissension commenced; wherever it placed its foot it became absolutely necessary for the States to erect another bank to counterbalance its pecuniary and political influence.
  27. If investors want to counterbalance their exposures to pro-risk and shortvolatility strategies, trend and momentum styles offer surprisingly appealing long-run returns given that they also have favorable risk-diversifying characteristics.
  28. One is that the increased size of the body would obviously require an increased supply of food, and he considers it as very problematical whether the disadvantages thence arising would not, in times of scarcity, more than counterbalance the advantages.
  29. In the ordinary variations of the prices of provisions, those two opposite causes seem to counterbalance one another, which is probably, in part, the reason why the wages of labour are everywhere so much more steady and permanent than the price of provisions.
  30. The natural good effects of the colony trade, however, more than counterbalance to Great Britain the bad effects of the monopoly ; so that, monopoly and altogether, that trade, even as it is carried on at present, is not only advantageous, but greatly advantageous.
  31. Giving to these two considerations no more than a reasonable weight, they will counterbalance the objection, and will render it evident that the sums under the several systems in the table may be taken as a true exhibition of their respective merits, without any injustice to the more equal systems at the left-hand of the table.
  32. But we have seen that a thick formation, fossiliferous throughout its entire thickness, can accumulate only during a period of subsidence; and to keep the depth approximately the same, which is necessary that the same marine species may live on the same space, the supply of sediment must nearly counterbalance the amount of subsidence.
  33. As for Fedallah, who was seen pulling the harpooneer oar, he had thrown aside his black jacket, and displayed his naked chest with the whole part of his body above the gunwale, clearly cut against the alternating depressions of the watery horizon; while at the other end of the boat Ahab, with one arm, like a fencer's, thrown half backward into the air, as if to counterbalance any tendency to trip; Ahab was seen steadily managing his steering oar as in a thousand boat lowerings ere the White Whale had torn him.
  34. However, to counterbalance her personal defects, the marquise gave her daughter a distinguished air, subjected her to hygienic treatment which provisionally kept her nose at a reasonable flesh-tint, taught her the art of dressing well, endowed her with charming manners, showed her the trick of melancholy glances which interest a man and make him believe that he has found a long-sought angel, taught her the manoeuvre of the foot,—letting it peep beneath the petticoat, to show its tiny size, at the moment when the nose became aggressively red; in short, Madame d'Aubrion had cleverly made the very best of her offspring.
  1. Counterbalancing is a technique employed to ensure that half the subjects perform in.
  2. There is no counterbalancing message to this prime edict, there are no other ideas or concepts given equal airtime.
  3. Her father died several years earlier and there was no counterbalancing authority in their household that might have moderated this implacable hold on her.
  4. But there are two important considerations, more than counterbalancing the objection to this system, derived from the greater inequality in the distribution of its temperaments, which have not been hitherto noticed, as not being susceptible of mathematical computation.
  5. The first question to consider is: Are all of your trade setups in one category? If so, this may not be a bad thing—a successful trading methodology must fit the trader’s personality—but most traders will have the best results when they have at least two counterbalancing setups.
  6. People as depraved as Cissy Eccleston and Claude Morland, so sordidly unprincipled as Lady Eccleston, so uselessly selfish as Arthur, so nearly degenerate, physically and mentally, as Sainty, the hero, is intentionally represented to be, should, if they are to be used in fiction at all, be subjected to the counterbalancing influence of decent people; but in Belchamber there is no such relief.
  1. Vincy, gave a solidity which almost counterbalanced Mr.
  2. This advantage, however, is often counterbalanced by limited sample.
  3. Therefore, we must ensure that the order of the two conditions is counterbalanced.
  4. And, secondly, this bad policy is not in those countries counterbalanced by the general liberty and security of the people.
  5. However, such a command entails some very heavy responsibilities, responsibilities that must be counterbalanced with appropriate command authority.
  6. The easy access to informative propositions is in part counterbalanced by the difficulty in determining the reason for the presence of the information.
  7. This could still have been counterbalanced, if he had been prepared to take advice from, and place genuine confidence in, an experienced Chief of the General Staff.
  8. The church hierarchy approved because the wave of piety associated with Mary counterbalanced the scepticism and heresy that had afflicted congregations since the plague.
  9. They have attended more to the cure of diseases than to the conditions of health; and the improvements in medicine have been more than counterbalanced by the disuse of regular training.
  10. This sense of relief was however counterbalanced in Geiger’s mind with the worries about having hundreds of women about to arrive and stay in this tropical hell hole full of Japanese soldiers.
  11. The expense of the transportation of provisions would be counterbalanced by the difference of expense between the pay of the British and American seamen, the latter being double of the former generally.
  12. The resultant hedged bond generally has considerably lower risk than the unhedged bond, since the currency value change in the bond is exactly counterbalanced by the opposite change in value of the futures contract.
  13. Where there is a rock or a log rising near to the surface the ice over it is much thinner, and is frequently quite dissolved by this reflected heat; and I have been told that in the experiment at Cambridge to freeze water in a shallow wooden pond, though the cold air circulated underneath, and so had access to both sides, the reflection of the sun from the bottom more than counterbalanced this advantage.
  14. Moreover, he was beginning to feel some zest for the growing though half-suppressed feud between him and the other medical men, which was likely to become more manifest, now that Bulstrode's method of managing the new hospital was about to be declared; and there were various inspiriting signs that his non-acceptance by some of Peacock's patients might be counterbalanced by the impression he had produced in other quarters.
  15. In every different stage of improvement, besides, the raising of equal quantities of corn in the same soil and climate, will, at an average, require nearly equal quantities of labour; or, what comes to the same thing, the price of nearly equal quantities; the continual increase of the productive powers of labour, in an improved state of cultivation, being more or less counterbalanced by the continual increasing price of cattle, the principal instruments of agriculture.
  1. It does not have its own counterbalances or self-regulating mechanisms.
  2. I followed, intrigued to see the battens, cables, pulleys, counterbalances, floods and other stuff.

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