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The idea was to increase air pressure behind the bottom of the ball in order to create an unbalanced force that would promote backspin.
Omitting it can result in an unbalanced, lean and acidic brew.
In the case of longer feature assignments, we were even more unbalanced—assigning 63% to male writers and just 37% to women.
In recent months, it’s been tough to remember that problems predating the recession and the pandemic existed, but the power of the duopoly and marketers’ unbalanced reliance on it has long been an issue.
These companies—and all others developing blockchain technology—should be able to operate on a fair and equal playing field, without giving any group or organization an upper hand thanks to unbalanced regulations.
It sometimes entered Mr. Pontellier's mind to wonder if his wife were not growing a little unbalanced mentally.
A terrible suspicion came to him that her mind was wandering, that the shock she had received had unbalanced her reason.
In New Zealand there are a number of communities which have grown quickly and have become unbalanced.
The mental faculties are much more completely unbalanced, and the prognosis of the case is more unfavourable.
For the first time it occurred to him that she might be unbalanced.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM

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