misbalance

misbalance

(ˌmɪsˈbæləns)
n
the state or condition of being badly balanced
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Rector mentioned the current worldwide anti-plastic campaign and stressed that plastic products lead to an environmental misbalance and, while particularly emphasizing that petroleum and chemical industry is excessively causing detrimental effects on the environment, encouraged the perspective engineers to protect ecology and seriously consider the industry's environmental dimensions.
This misbalance was partially amended by the 'mathematical' group of Ukrainian palindromists, which has sufficient interest in other forms of literary chess, as definded by Howard W.
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"It is also necessary that things are not done hazardously and these will not misbalance the nature in the name of tourism development," observed the committee in its report tabled in the Rajya Sabha.
Although perceived as a means to evolution, granting access to a better life, some of the effects of migration, especially in the field of private life, can imply suffering and misbalance.
Aggregation and deposition of misfolded proteins in the brain, calcium dysregulation, energy misbalance and oxidative stress are most common features in neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson Disease (1).
The lipoprotein density of nuts vary, and some of the nuts could be harmful if consumed in either raw form or with a misbalance. Eating unlimited amounts of nuts could lead to weight gain, cholesterol and at times intestinal disorders.
He said that universities are autonomous bodies and such measures will misbalance the freedom of speech in the institutions.
A second argument is that dietary acid load misbalance may favour low acid load; however, the authors suggest that an overall decrease in net endogenous acid production may lead to better control of metabolic acidosis.
In females GES was performed during 1st week of menstrual cycle to avoid influence from hormonal misbalance. In all these selected patients, upper GI Endoscopy was done after overnight fast to rule out any structural lesion like ulcer, growth or any other anomaly.