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lose your balance

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cause to be off balance

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Finchy did get his fair share of publicity when he fell into the River Maigue when overbalancing on his third shot to the final hole when winning the Irish Open last summer.
The 21-year-oldOlympic, Commonwealth and world champion was yesterday sensationally disqualified from the 400m free style at the Australian selection trials in Sydney after overbalancing into the water before the gun sounded to start his qualifying heat.
The 21-year-old Olympic, Commonwealth and world champion was yesterday sensationally disqualified from the 400m freestyle at the Australian selection trials in Sydney after overbalancing into the water before the gun sounded to start his qualifying heat.
The 21-year-old Olympic, Commonwealth and World champion was disqualified from the event at the Australian selection trials in Sydney yesterday after overbalancing before the gun.
The 21-year-old, who has dominated 400m freestyle for the past six years and broken the world record five times, was disqualified from the trials in Sydney after overbalancing into the water before the gun sounded.
One of the most exciting changes in our perception of the world since the death of bureaucratic Modernism[5] is the understanding that the present is a fulcrum between the past and the future, and that we discard the past at the risk of overbalancing the future.
Even at a slow speed, those who have experienced it have a sense of overbalancing even as they sit causing them instinctively to push their feet down firmer on the floor.
Asif claimed the key wicket of Ponting, who had averaged over a hundred in his three previous Tests at Headingley, with a vicious inswinger that had the Australia skipper overbalancing on the front foot and plumb in front.
The Old Bailey in London heard that operator Colin Clifford was trying to lower the arm of his digger to stop it overbalancing.
Stravara, who had cleared away into a winning lead when overbalancing fatally after jumping two out, and the weary fall of Sharp Dresser at the last handed Lit Et Mixe an unlikely win.
Fire station officer Wyn Matthews said: 'It appears she had been there some hours and died after overbalancing and slipped head first into the drain while trying to unblock it.
The Birmingham Daily's Mail inquest coverage stated that: "To one of the residents in the house he said he had mistaken the window for the door, to another he said his breathing was bad and, owing to his struggle for breath, he went to the window for air and overbalancing himself, fell into the yard.
Aintree - overbalancing a stride after jumping the first and going down on his
The tourists had still been 78 short of making England bat again when Swann had Umar Amin stumped, overbalancing in defence, for his fourth wicket.
Rescue officer Neil Mearns said: "When we arrived the boy was actually standing up in the vessel, which could easily have capsized, trying to paddle it, and there was a real danger of him overbalancing and falling into the river.