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The reason there is so much emphasis on fill balance is that it is normally expected that the filling of a multicavity mold must be balanced if it is to stand any chance of creating the same parts out of every cavity.
"They're calculated to be middle-of-the-road, mediocre instead of balanced. If that's the definition of balance, it's a rationale for taking the character out of wine." From this perspective, meeting balance's negative criteria--that nothing is out of whack--has to be accompanied by something that gives it a positive side--something that makes all that wine chemistry worth it.
Holm calls this, "keeping your core balanced." When two forces are balanced, they are pushing against each other with equal strength.
Jeff Parks of the Balanced Scorecard Institute and Dr.
We then are forced to compensate by modifying our posture to feel more balanced. This, in turn, increases stress on a partial set of muscles that are forced to work harder to fight against the pull of gravity since they no longer are in balance.
Nearly two-thirds of typical companies have some type of balanced scorecard program in place or in development, but fewer than 20 percent of them have mature balanced scorecard implementations that are generating business value, according to research from The Hackett Group.
Figure 10 demonstrates the bridge sensitivity of the balanced and amplified in-phase main signal component [X.sub.M] for the ac1/12.9WW1 ratio with a -1 part in [10.sup.7] change of the dial settings.
We believe that the diversity and professional training of our members enable us to bring an important, balanced, and practical perspective to the issues raised by proposed Schedule M-3 to Form 1120.
IDC has reported the newest rankings of supercomputer performance based on its comprehensive test, called the IDC Balanced Rating.
In the book, Balanced Scorecard Step-By-Step: Maximizing Performance and Maintaining Results, written by Paul Niven and published by John Wiley & Sons, the author asserts that an organization should be accountable to its constituents for its entire performance--not simply for its financial bottom line.
Balanced funds, which invest in both stocks and bonds, have been hit hard by recent market volatility.
However, the algorithm balances MAC addresses rather than traffic and the load may not be equally balanced across all links.
Even though a floral design might possess sound mechanical balance, if it does not look balanced, it appears unstable and is visually disturbing.
These restrictions, including a $1,500 annual cap on rehabilitation services and a hastily developed prospective payment system (PPS) for nursing homes, were imposed by the Balanced Budget Act of 1997.
Normal activities require a balanced upright position.