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At some point, you pass equipoise and then we think that it’s unethical to not provide that drug to the patient.
HOW TO FIX THE INCENTIVES IN CANCER RESEARCH (EP. 449)STEPHEN J. DUBNERJANUARY 28, 2021FREAKONOMICS
Altogether the impression is of a being of mental and moral equipoise, full of energy and noble dignity.
GREEK SCULPTUREESTELLE M. HURLL
Our Constitution stands on a nice equipoise, with steep precipices and deep waters upon all sides of it.
THOUGHTS ON THE PRESENT DISCONTENTSEDMUND BURKE
The words were not without emotion, and retained their level tone as if by a careful equipoise between imminent extremes.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
On the equipoise of that lady's temper depends to a not inconsiderable extent the comfort of the house.
HOW TO BE HAPPY THOUGH MARRIEDE. J. HARDY.
He returned home about midsummer very much improved, but not yet completely restored to a natural mental equipoise.
A SHORT LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLNJOHN G. NICOLAY
With his left hand he swam slowly, or kept his equipoise in the water; with his right he guided the heavy rowan bough.
GREAT GHOST STORIESVARIOUS
Now, the first of these laws is the equipoise of functions; that is, the equality of associates.
WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
There is something splendidly attractive in their perfect bodily equipoise, with every muscle trained to faultless precision.
THINGS SEEN IN SPAINC. GASQUOINE HARTLEY
Not at my time of life does the constitution, pushed from its equipoise by long enduring disease, regain it amid the struggles.
THE "LADIES OF LLANGOLLEN"JOHN HICKLIN

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