counterbalance


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offset

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a weight that balances another weight

a compensating equivalent

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contrast with equal weight or force

oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions

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Jungheinrich's Range 2 electric counterbalance trucks have a maximum lift capacity of two tonnes.
FILMMAKER PAM HARRIS thinks it's important to cover the problems besieging the Black community, but when it came time to make her first film, "I wanted to counterbalance the pathology of Black people that's portrayed often in the media," she says.
Suspension of Disbelief, Victor Quijada's new piece, set to a commissioned score of great dynamic range by Mitchell Akiyama, is a splendid study in control and counterbalance.
The author's use of dialogue gives the story immediacy, and the poetic language with which he delivers the deepest revelations acts as a counterbalance to the harshness he describes.
Platen movement is precisely guided with eight linear bearings on the moving platen, and a new counterbalance system provides stable motion at high speeds.
The pair has been reported to have much support among co-workers, and has received sympathetic remarks from Liberal and NDP MPs without the necessary counterbalance from Conservatives.
Strongly recommended for physicians, Healing Words is a much-needed counterbalance to the defensive hostility widely promulgated by today's modern sue-happy society.
If structural steel, sheet steel and reinforcing bar from Gulf Coast rebuilding projects are ordered this fall, it could cause a counterbalance in steel demand at the same time Katrina-related scrap is hitting the market.
But, he added, the City's bid possesses a number of attributes that help counterbalance any disadvantages.
The presence of EHLT graduates was, in fact, the sole counterbalance to heavy industry presence at the New York hearings.
We all have a certain tunnel vision in our views: For the well-read, it is easy to assume that everyone has the time, interest, access, and understanding to counterbalance the bias of any one news source.
But for a more honest and accurate portrayal of children, this article should counterbalance this with the good I see all around me every day, and this I say as a mother of two teenagers.
At the top of a vertical loop, the centripetal force that glues you to your seat must be equal to or greater than one g to counterbalance gravity's downward tug.
Counterbalance qualifies for a chance to play at Rolling Rock Town Fair
This same process is not normally followed with interpretative rules such as Customs classification rulings and IRS revenue rulings, and accordingly a higher quantum of judicial scrutiny is appropriate to counterbalance the absence of notice and comment.