misbalance

misbalance

(ˌmɪsˈbæləns)
n
the state or condition of being badly balanced
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It could also increase regional misbalance in the education system in the country,' the farmer added.
A lot of the dishes are positioned one after another because they complement another and they can be a misbalance by itself.
and there's sometimes a misbalance I suppose [where insider contacts provide weight to selection decision] but when the performance is the most important thing, everything else is secondary.
The project will regulate the seasonal misbalance between gas supply and consumption and will fully ensure guaranteed, uninterruptible gas supply to the Georgian consumers and the energy sector during the periods of peak consumption as well as in case of hindering gas supply from outside the country.
Misbalance of Mg serum concentration is not a rare appearance in patients with pulmonary diseases.
These supplements are very helpful during growth period when many people face skin problems due to hormone misbalance.
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) develops when there is a misbalance between supplying oxygen to the myocardium and the myocardium's need for oxygen.
Due to the enormity of misbalance that the Armenian occupation has created for Azerbaijan, a considerable portion of IDPS still face a number of problems.
Receptors for these growth factors are also crucial in endothelial cell regulation, and a misbalance of VEGF receptor- 1 expression with consequent hyperactivity of VEGF-receptor-2 function has been noted in IH tissue.
Stress can be defined as a particular misbalance between individuals' appraisal of environmental demands and their perceived resources to cope with those demands (Lazarus & Folkman, 1984).
2]) results in the misbalance of fuel-air equivalence and variance of injection timing.
With the dramatically shrinking number of suppliers and the rapidly decreasing number of plug-and-play options, higher material prices will most assuredly result, and a misbalance in regional competitiveness will ensue.