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unbalanced

1. mentally disordered or deranged
2. Electronics (of signals or circuitry) not symmetrically disposed about earth or zero reference potential
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The difference in transverse and machine direction shrinkage is a visible indicator of how much unbalanced orientation is in the extruded part.
The mother of the male patient had the same balanced chromosome rearrangement, while his sister had an unbalanced form of this translocation with only derivative 5 and derivative 12 present, and not derivative 8, resulting in mental retardation.
There were only two changes, Ribeiro and Assaidi, the unbalance is not about this, the team is unbalanced in many ways, not the new signings.
Boban wrote that it is a sad thing that a team loses its identity because of an unbalanced captain, both for Ronaldo and for an entire generation.
It's unbalanced between the London area and the rest and it's unbalanced because of the import-export trade gap.
The balanced group averaged 8 points greater improvement in WOMAC scores than the unbalanced group (10+/-11.
According to them, unbalanced food can prove fatal for people while well managed diet can help prevent and even reverse health related problems.
The mediaas coverage of Benghazi was colored by the typically unbalanced approach it takes in reporting on the Mideast in general.
In the current study, we conducted a simulation study to show empirical power and sample size for the use of the Bayesian method by Gibbs sampling under practical situations with a variety of unbalanced data including null combined genotype cells.
In a press statement, the ministry said that HRW's evaluation was premature, noting that HRW's report, entitled "Bahrain: Vital Reform Commitments Unmet," was unbalanced because it ignored, within its content, positive developments and continuation of reform process in the Kingdom.
The common prevalence of unbalanced relationships, where children believe themselves to be friends with someone who actually dislikes them, is surprising," says James Olsen, a psychologist at the University of Memphis in Tennessee.
Summary: Paris - The French and academic Charles Saint-Prot has denounced the double-standard policy of western media, especially the Spanish ones, in dealing with the Sahara issue , as evidenced by the biased, unbalanced coverage of Laayoune's incidents.