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Synonyms for equilibrium

Synonyms for equilibrium

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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The dialectical interaction between yin and yang aims to reach a state of dynamic equilibrium, in which harmony is treated as the end rather a means of human communication.
The purpose behind this centralization in the United States was to sustain a dynamic equilibrium over the fratricidal problem of slavery, a solution that ultimately failed.
A dynamic equilibrium of lactate was found at frequencies of 90% of critf (lactate mean value correspondents at 2.
Striving to create an art of dynamic equilibrium, Mondrian rejected the use of symmetry for its static (or "lifeless") expression.
In the universe, matter and physical space are in permanent dynamic equilibrium.
The dynamic equilibrium correcting model is estimated by applying general to specific methodology.
Pavlova and Rigobon examine the co-movement among stock market prices and the terms of trade within a three-country, Center-Periphery dynamic equilibrium model in which agents in the Center country face portfolio constraints.
The result is a dynamic equilibrium of heat flux, liquid flow, gas pressure and evolved gas.
A divided banking industry may also have a dynamic equilibrium, in which excessive lending and money creation, and consequent losses due to crises and high inflation, are avoided on the whole.
Second Order Accurate Solution of Discrete Time Dynamic Equilibrium Models.
basin x mountain) hybrid zone in central Utah provides an excellent model system for testing two alternative stable hybrid zone theories: the Dynamic Equilibrium (DE) and Bounded Hybrid Superiority (BHS) models.
It's the way color is handled with subtly and sophistication; it's the way surface is handled with facility, the deftness of the structure; it's the way balance is achieved a dynamic equilibrium between tension and chaos.
Linear dynamic equilibrium correction mechanisms are shown to follow from the discreation of continuous economic processes with steady-state solutions.
Allen encountered one such conceptual booby trap late in the design of an exhibit depicting dynamic equilibrium.
With this information, and the applied forces and moments, the part can be analyzed in a dynamic equilibrium situation.
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