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counterweighting

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  • v. Present participle of counterweight.

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Examples

  • But there is at least some counterweighting evidence suggesting FSC certified wood is more valuable and can command a higher price.

    Tensie Whelan: Incentives to Save the Planet - Part 2

  • This will be important, if you like, for counterweighting the necessary cuts we will be doing, to put these in the development of jobs in education, infrastructure, green alternative energy, which is I think the area where we will be able to excel and create a new dynamic in our economy.

    euronews

  • The Pilot ships with a selection of small steel weights, the same little guys that are used on the Merlin for counterweighting, but here they are purely for augmenting inertia as desired.

    DV Info Net

  • White’s gift to writers is clarity, which he demonstrates so easily in setting down the daily details of his farm chores: the need to pack the sides of his woodshed with sprucebrush against winter; counterweighting the cold-frame windows, for easier operation; the way the wind is ruffling the surface of the hens’ water fountain.

    Archive 2005-02-01

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