## Look up: balancÈ

1. Balance
[puzzle] A balance puzzle is a mathematical puzzle which challenges the solver to distribute a subset of numbers so that the several sides of a stylized diagram representing a balance scale are equal. The balance puzzle is a classical number puzzle in the World Puzzle Championship. It consis...
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2. Balance
[ability] In biomechanics, balance is an ability to maintain the line of gravity (vertical line from centre of gravity) of a body within the base of support with minimal postural sway. Sway is the horizontal movement of the centre of gravity even when a person is standing still. A certain am...
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3. Balance
A desireable harmony of flavor characteristics, where no one element overshadows the others.
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4. Balance
Harmony among the wine's components -- fruit, acidity, tannins, alcohol; a well-balanced wine possesses the various elements in proper proportion to one another.
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5. Balance
The state of an insect population in which large deviations from population oscillations do not occur.
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6. balance
[Noun] An amount of money that remains or is left over; a steady state where forces are evenly spread.
Example: He spends too much and is always worried about his bank balance.

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7. balance
[n] - a state of equilibrium 2. [n] - equality of distribution 3. [n] - an amount on the credit side of an account 4. [n] - a scale for weighing 5. [v] - be in equilibrium 6. [v] - bring into balance or equilibrium 7. [v] - compute credits and debits of an account
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8. Balance
1) The relative level of two or more instruments in a mix, or the relative level of audio signals in the channels of a stereo recording.
2) To make the relative levels of audio signals in the channels of a stereo recording even.

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9. Balance
The component which, in a mechanical timekeeper without a pendulum, controls the speed of the mechanism by its oscillations to and fro. Â  Since the early 1600s it has invariably consisted of a spoked wheel (for an earlier form see Foliot). Â  Until the 1670s the balance-wheel performed this tas...
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10. Balance
The amount left to pay on a debt.
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11. Balance
An instrument for measuring the specimen weight.
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12. Balance
The amount available in your account after payment of service charges not including withdrawals or debits, or deposits not credited.
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1. Balance
This word has several meanings in recording. It may refer to the relative levels of the left and right channels of a stereo recording, or it may be used to describe the relative levels of the various instruments and voices within a mix.

2. Balance
Mechanism to keep sash in position
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3. Balance
A weighing machine. The terms scale and balance are often used interchangeably. Historically a balance was a device that determined mass by balancing an unknown mass against a known mass as with a 2 pan assay balance. In modern weighing machines balances are usually of the design that uses a force r...
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4. Balance
The harmonious relationship of the components of wine - acids, fruit, tannins, alcohol, etc. - resulting in a well proportioned, or well balanced, wine.
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5. Balance
When a boat is in perfect balance there is no pull on the tiller
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6. Balance
n. Any piece of apparatus used to determine the mass of a sample of matter.v. as in balance an equation: to have equal numbers of atoms of each element on the opposite sides of an equation.
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7. Balance
Balance: A biological system that enables us to know where our bodies are in the environment and to maintain a desired position. Normal balance depends on information from the inner ear, other senses (such as sight and touch) and muscle movement. Our sense of balance is specifically regulated by a c...
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8. Balance
Placement of colors, light and dark masses, or large and small objects in a picture to create harmony and equilibrium. Description applied to colour films to indicate their ability to produce acceptable colour response in various types of lighting. The films normally available are balanced for dayli...
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9. balance
A wheel in a clock or watch that regulates the action of the ESCAPEMENT mechanism and thus of the timepiece itself. Its effect was erratic before the invention c.1675 of the balance spring. This uses a spiral hairspring to make the movement of the balance wheel more regular and ISOCHRONUS; it was as...
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10. Balance
Bal'ance (băl' a ns) noun [ Middle English balaunce , French balance , from Latin bilanx , bilancis , having two scales; bis twice (akin to English two ) + lanx plate, scale.] 1. An...
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11. Balance
Bal'ance transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Balanced ; present participle & verbal noun Balancing ] [ From Balance , noun : confer French bala...
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12. Balance
Bal'ance intransitive verb 1. To have equal weight on each side; to be in equipoise; as, the scales balance . 2. To fluctuate between motives which appear of equal force; to waver; to hesitate. « He would not balance
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13. balance
1. An apparatus for weighing. ... In its simplest form, a balance consists of a beam or lever supported exactly in the middle, having two scales or basins of equal weight suspended from its extremities. Another form is that of the Roman balance, our steelyard, consisting of a lever or beam, suspende...
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