Carious teeth, in children and adults, sometimes indicate endocrine imbalance.
The maintenance of such imbalances is dependent on closed source processes.
As he will receive every cent of the securities received from my sister's estate, quite $22,000, and now possesses more than $5,000 from Clawbonny, the balance I shall really owe cannot exceed $13,000."
His life continues on,--balanced, calm, infinite, engendering millions upon millions of beings in the thousandth part of a second.
Inferior in number as they were, the discrepancy was more than outbalanced by the advantage of position, and had the troops on both sides been of equally good material, the honor of the day should have rested with the defenders.
The ladies who were looking on could not help hiding their eyes in their handkerchiefs, from fear lest they should see him overbalance and fall and kill himself."
At that moment a heavy block of ice, which had been overbalanced by the motion of the vessel, fell with a crash on the rudder, splitting off a large portion of it, and drawing the iron bolts that held it completely out of the stern-post.
But the unabated vigour and spirit of the version more than overbalances these and all its other deficiencies.
And that decreased control demands a new copyright regime that rebalances the rights of creators with their audiences.
Some mystics hold that perfection in dispassion is the source of that power by which miracles (so-called) are performed, and truly he who has gained such perfect control of all his interior forces that no shock, however great, can for one moment unbalance him, must be capable of guiding and directing those forces with a master-hand.
It is true that there were a certain number of unbalanced people in the metal industry who talked complacently of French iron and stirred up the yellow press, just as in France to-day there are many industrials with their eyes fixed on German coal which they want to seize as far as possible.
I always knew there was a vein of the fanatic--any man who won't smoke--you may be sure there's something unbalanced--!"
An he was na fearfu' that the truth would owerbalance it, he wadna gi' a mon a hunderd an' fifty dollars to hold his tongue.
You instinctively straightened yourself to try to put her on her feet again, but she'd already lost her balance--" "I suppose that's what did happen," said Varick in a low voice.
The fourth pawn is sette to for the kynge And is formed in the fourme of a man holding in his ryght hand a balance/ And the weyght in the lifte hand/ And to fore hym a table And at his gurdell a purse fulle of monoye redy for to gyue to them that requyre hit And by this peple ben signefied the marchans of cloth lynnen and wollen & of all other marchandises And by the table that is to for hym is signefied y'e changeurs/ And they that lene money/ And they that bye & selle by the weyght ben signefyed by the balances and weight And the customers.
Kent's Torsion Balance.--A new type of balance, involving torsional suspension instead of knife edges.--5 illustrations.
iQue dulce era sentirse balanceada por la brisa a aquella altura, bebiendo por todos los poros el aire y la luz!
Los militares acogieron el brindis con una salva de aplausos, y el capitan, balanceandose, dio algunos pasos hacia el sepulcro.
of balancear, balanced, swayed, swaying.
balancearse, to sway, totter, reel.
of balancear, balanced, swayed, swaying.
It furnishes a subject of serious consideration, as well as an argument for a special providence, to know, that the accurate Reaumur, and other naturalists, have observed, that when any kind of insect has increased inordinately, their natural enemies have increased in the same proportion, and thus preserved the balance.--Ibid.
BALANCE.--Love truly conjugal is like a balance in which the inclinations for iterated marriages are made, 318.
Oh, by the way, the balancer.
With a little practice a weighing effected as above described takes but a quarter or a fifth of the time that it does with an ordinary balance.--Revue Industrielle.
The fins, or paddles, are used only as balancers, and to protect the young.
Aunt Alice had invited them to dinner on that memorable Sunday, and though she said she had expected to ask the Fairfields anyway, still Patty felt that, as a housekeeper, she had been weighed in the balances and found sadly wanting.
One of these tears peeped over the edge of the lid until it lost its balance,--slid an inch and waited for reinforcements,--swelled again,--rolled down a little further,--stopped,--moved on,--and at last fell on the back of the Professor's hand.
In our politics, we hear much of State-rights and centralization,--of distribution of power,--of checks and balances,--of constitutions and their construction,--of patronage and its distribution,--of banks, of tariffs, and of trade,--all of them subjects of moment in their sphere; but their sphere is limited.
Twenty-four years have altered the balance.--Turkey has now the enthusiastic support of her Mussulman population.
First gentleman and partner balancez, while second gentleman and partner do the same, and change places.
Balancez.--Set to partners.
She saw that her cruelties were inspiring horror even into a city that had long been accustomed to blood, and Tacitus expressly tells us that she hoped to counterbalance this feeling by a stroke of popularity in recalling from the waste solitudes of Corsica the favourite philosopher and most popular author of the Roman world.
He showed how, even if the quantity of colonial produce should be diminished for a time, this disadvantage would, in a variety of instances, be more than counterbalanced by advantages, which would not only be great in themselves, but permanent.
A spiral or other spring, O, is compressed between a color on the rod and an adjustable fixed nut, by which the tension of the spring is regulated so that the pressure of water on the diaphragm, A, when the torpedo is at the desired depth just counterbalances the pressure of the spring, the diaphragm being then flush with the outer casing.