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For one, the United States, like much of the global community, sees India as an important counterweight to China.
As they entered the arena to provide a counterweight to the GOP observers inside, Reyes took down their cell-phone numbers and added them to a massive text chain.
The love of their people is an essential counterweight to generally unwelcoming messages from many parts of society — especially given the anxiety and depression and other co-morbidities that non-neurotypical kids deal with.
“The West must urgently unite to advance a counterweight to China’s tech dominance,” said committee chair Tobias Ellwood, a Conservative parliamentarian, on the report’s release.
The rising influence of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan as a counterweight to Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
The counterweight may be tied up, thereby opening the damper.
The counterweight may hence be lessened at pleasure, if the height of the pressing water-column n be increased.
Without this counterweight, how false would be our final summation of the evidence upon most of the great state trials!
But Ballantrae was afraid of a more efficient captain, who might be a counterweight to himself, and he opposed this stoutly.
THE MASTER OF BALLANTRAEROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
The operation of any of these governors is usually controlled by the tension of a spring, or by a counterweight.

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