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Afraid of overbalancing in the bulky suit Dane did not lean forward to stare up into the shaft.
PLAGUE SHIPANDRE NORTON
For one moment only; then, overbalancing backwards, he fell with a crash full length on the floor.
She gaped, and leaned to one end of the sofa until, on the point of overbalancing' she recovered herself with a prodigious bounce.
AN UNSOCIAL SOCIALISTGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
The earliest mechanical device intended to produce perpetual motion is that known as the overbalancing wheel.
She screamed, and the clerk, overbalancing, fell heavily under the table.
CRIME AND PUNISHMENTFYODOR DOSTOEVSKY
So violent was the effort that again Jan was on the point of overbalancing.
A LIVELY BIT OF THE FRONTPERCY F. WESTERMAN
He pulled it to the side, overbalancing the huge, sailed creature.
THE JEWELS OF APTORSAMUEL R. DELANY
A single branch stood upright at that deceiving angle; a heavier one submerged must have been overbalancing it.
WILDERNESS OF SPRINGEDGAR PANGBORN
This principle of overbalancing the exciting coils is shown on diagram, Fig. 2.
He had a fall yesterday, through overbalancing himself in kicking his nurse.

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