What does balancing mean?

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bal·anc·ing

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. reconciliation, balancing(noun)

    getting two things to correspond

    "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement"

Wiktionary

  1. balancing(Noun)

    An action wherein someone balances or something is balanced

Webster Dictionary

  1. Balancing

    of Balance

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  1. Balancing

    The concept of balancings derives from the Balance of Power Theory, the most influential theory from the realist school of thought, which assumes that a formation of hegemony in a multistate system is unattainable since hegemony is perceived as a threat by other states, causing them to engage in balancing against a potential hegemon. Balancing encompasses the actions that a particular state or group of states take in order to equalise the odds against more powerful states; that is to make it more difficult and hence less likely for powerful states to exert their military advantage over the weaker ones. According to the balance of power theory, states, motivated primarily by their desire for survival and security, will develop and implement military capabilities and hard-power mechanisms in order to constrain the most powerful and rising state that can prove a potential threat. This idea illustrates the concept of internal balancing, which is opposed to external, under which states come together and form an alliance to balance and gain more leverage over a dominant or rising power. In recent years soft-balancing has emerged as a new concept of illustrating how states balance powerful actors, which advocates the use of economic and diplomatic tools to constrain the most powerful state and inhibit their exertion of power and dominance.

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How to say balancing in sign language?

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of balancing in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of balancing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of balancing in a Sentence

  1. Kathy Campbell:

    Like many things associated with liver transplant, it is a bit of a balancing act, as her physician I want to do everything absolutely to keep her healthy and to try to make her growth normal and her labs as good as can possibly get them. But at the same time, the worse her labs are [and] the more stunted she is as far as her growth is, the higher her score.

  2. Ara Nazaryan:

    We are acquiring a kind of weapons, which have not been at the disposal of the Armenian armed forces previously, armenian armed forces will get new modern arms, which will have a substantial impact on balancing forces in the region.

  3. Vandal Arts:

    balancing opposing influences

  4. Amanda Rizza:

    Career counselors compare the dynamic to the 2008 recession but say there is hope for today's graduates to succeed in the job market, even if it takes time for the economy to rebound. ( Elina Shirazi) While Kmitt also shares concerns entering the workforce, she says one of the worst feelings are of being robbed of her senior experience. CHARLIE KIRK : CORONAVIRUS STIMULUS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS DO THESE 3 THINGS TO HELP THEM AND THEIR FAMILIES NOW Penny Kmitt poses alongside Penny Kmitt Alpha Chi Omega sorority sisters during a soccer kickoff charity event at American University. ( Elina Shirazi) Coronavirus disrupted my year both socially, academically and emotionally. Elina Shirazi -RRB- Coronavirus really hit me as a student on so many different fronts. I feel like I did not get to say goodbye to people, to my college experience, to kind of still being a kid in a way. Now, Im just applying everywhere and I am just going to take the time to think about it and figure my life out. Amanda Rizza, a senior at the University of Connecticut majoring in Communication and minoring in Psychological Sciences, says Amanda Rizza is also feeling the anxiety of finding a job, but is trying to focus on the big picture. Amanda Rizza is a senior at the University of Connecticut majoring in Communication and minoring in Psychological Sciences. Amanda Rizza says Amanda Rizza is also feeling the anxiety of finding a job, but is trying to focus on the big picture. It is one thing to be a senior stressed about finding a job, but it is a whole other situation trying to begin a post-graduate career during a pandemic to this magnitude, dealing with this while also balancing online academics and a part-time student job that I was able to continue remotely, is a daily challenge. I am grateful to be able to continue my academics and current job through the University of Connecticut, but the future is quite unknown for students who are in the same boat as me. It is stressful and anxiety-provoking, but all we can do is take one day at a time.

  5. David Greenfield:

    Just like drinking and driving, people have a very poor perception of impact, so, in other words, people will be doing their normal thing, they'll be driving and balancing their cell phone and drinking their coffee, and they'll say to you, and they'll mean it, that they are not impacted ... but actually we know from a lot of data and research that that is absolutely not true.

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