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deranged

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irregular

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being or thrown out of equilibrium

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affected with madness or insanity

debits and credits are not equal

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See the accompanying illustration for some examples of unbalanced orientation.
Of the 10 embryos subjected to array CGH, 2 failed to amplify, 2 were euploid, 4 were aneuploid and 2 had unbalanced translocations.
Dr Sharif Astori from Federal Government Poly Clinic said that unbalanced food intake can become the root-cause of deadly diseases including certain cancers such as colon, ovary, and breast.
A Monte Carlo simulation was conducted to generate unbalanced data with null combined genotype cells.
Unbalanced relationships comprised 12 percent of third- to sixth-graders' classroom relationships in a university affiliated elementary school, Olsen and colleagues report online January 13 in Personal Relationships.
The two main adverse derivatives of building pressurization with DOAS are: unbalanced flow through the TER equipment causing its performance to be compromised on the OA delivery side under design conditions; and, second, the return air flow has frequently been observed in the field to be only 20 to 40% that of the design supply air flow leading to such severe TER performance degradation that the cooling plant is unable to meet the load.
Unbalanced iron levels can lead to many common medical conditions including anemia and iron-overload diseases.
Canada, is an analysis of state-society relations in Uganda that places the discussion within the context of other post-colonial states affected by ethnic conflict, unbalanced development, and civil war.
He added: "Because she was breast-feeding and her hormones were unbalanced, as mentioned in the pre-sentence report, she behaved in the way that has been outlined.
In most cases, such individuals are identified after reproductive problems that involve infertility, multiple spontaneous abortions, or the delivery of a child with multiple congenital anomalies in whom an unbalanced karyotype is observed2.
AS a British-qualified nurse with a palliative care diploma - recently arrived in Bahrain - I would like to respond to the letter, 'An unbalanced view' (GDN, September 13).
c) Horses are faster and better trained to be fitter, therefore more fall when they are less tired, trying to save themselves when unbalanced.
Murphy, Steele and colleagues had advanced MSE undergraduates view videos of gender-balanced and unbalanced groups participating in a potential MSE summer leadership conference.
He deals exclusively with unbalanced data, which have unequal numbers of observation in the subclass, and depends on the cell means model approach.