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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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Fyne's hints that the girl was unbalanced, I added: "Was it an unreserved confession you wrote?
Into that plunging blow, delivered over the side of the couch, Mrs Verloc had put all the inheritance of her immemorial and obscure descent, the simple ferocity of the age of caverns, and the unbalanced nervous fury of the age of bar-rooms.
Was there anything in your letter which might have unbalanced him or induced him to take such a step?
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India cannot afford"inequitable and unbalanced urbanisation,"he said.
I the left of the unbalanced "I played him on the left of the two and he has never played there before.
All games were classified into three types(balanced, unbalanced and very unbalanced) according to point differential.
This paper proposed a power resolution that can be used to achieve both goals under nosinusoidal and unbalanced conditions in the smart power grids.
Along with the basic mode of operation of turbo-generators (TG) to the symmetrical loading for which they usually are designed [1], by the interstate standard DSU 533-2000 and long-term operation at unbalanced loading is regulated.
Explaining that living in an unbalanced money economy means that everyone, both the saving people and the non-saving people can accumulate money by saving.
Sometimes orientation is unbalanced, resulting in misshaped parts.
If, in any case, the load on all the three lines goes unbalanced significantly, the energy wastage in the transmission lines and transformers increases drastically which is usually known as line losses".