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a stable state characterized by the cancellation of all forces by equal opposing forces

Synonyms for equilibrium

a chemical reaction and its reverse proceed at equal rates

a sensory system located in structures of the inner ear that registers the orientation of the head

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If this assumption is correct, Ross-style pluralism should be deeply attractive to most people committed to a reflective equillibrium account of moral theory selection.
To take a picture of my brain the labmen use magnetic resonance scanners introducing into every atom of my flesh and blood heteronuclear and homonuclear shifted spins inducing transitions between two energy levels, the process resulting in a saturation, the spins reaching a thermal equillibrium with their surroundings, opening the organism photo-electrically to its clinical surroundings populated by who knows what kind of incubii, succubii, sanitary-induced viruses.
Perinatal foul play Interruption of the coalescence of tissue Smoke in the womb Heteronuclear and homonuclear shifted spins Inducing transitions between two energy levels The process resulting in a saturation The spins reaching a thermal equillibrium
By contrast, if the actual real exchange rate converges rapidly to equillibrium then this deterioration of IPD flows does not occur and the decline in the FEER is less pronounced.