equilibrator


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e·quil·i·bra·tor

 (ĭ-kwĭl′ə-brā′tər)
n.
A device that brings about and helps maintain equilibrium.
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The entrepreneur as equilibrator plays a coordinating role by adapting to underlying changing conditions.
He does this when he characterizes the difference between their respective views as one between that of the entrepreneur as disrupter of equilibrium versus that of equilibrator, thus leaving out the ignorance, uncertainty, and purposefulness that give rise to the entrepreneurial aspect of all human action only in the market process.
He'll add additional nitrogen to the equilibrators to balance the cannon tube by following the Maintenance/ Top Carriage/Equilibrator System/ Charging the System procedure in the IETM's TM 9-1025-215-24&P.
Rather than an equilibrator, Mises's entrepreneur is a resource allocator.
The real exchange rate is the principal equilibrator of a country's trade and payments.
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