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Everywhere, old athletes are thriving and providing a counterbalance to the harsh daily reminders of life’s fragility.
The company has positioned itself as a counterbalance to Amazon’s dominance, allowing budding entrepreneurs to set up their own shops and sell to customers directly rather than having to default to putting their wares on Amazon’s massive marketplace.
Within the National Church there was a great deal to counterbalance these injurious tendencies and check their growth.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON
Are not the motives of the incredulous man strong enough to counterbalance his passions?
The cause has been hindered in its action, or another cause has intervened to counterbalance the first.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
This was a triumph for Mr. Gladstone of an entirely satisfactory character; but he had sore trials to counterbalance it.
The pommel, usually of steel, is roughly spherical or eight-sided, and serves as a counterbalance.
The ambitious man, the miser and the debauchee carefully avoid speculations too feeble to counterbalance their various passions.
GOOD SENSEPAUL HENRI THIRY, BARON D'HOLBACH
A hole is shown through the impulse roller to counterbalance the reduced weight at the crescent.
The lover, sensible of no disparity but such as a settlement might counterbalance, enlarged his offers.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON

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