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  • v  weigh more heavily

  • In this case, though, "makeweights" of the Lytvyn block and the Communist party who is also making it to the Rada will still be insufficient to outbalance the joint Orange forces.
  • Roeg's skills always threaten to outbalance whatever he sets them to, and that has happened here.
  • Professor Fisher adroitly admitted most of the facts against which Wets have complained but insisted that even these facts do not outbalance the larger benefits of Prohibition.

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