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1. The government was thrown off-balance by the attempted coup.
2. I was thrown off-balance by some of the more difficult questions I was asked.
3. Mullins knocked me off-balance with his abrupt change of subject.
4. The director keeps his audience off-balance.
5. Ergonomics also is pushed off-balance because the variety of human work increases in parallel with technology.
6. But Abdur-Rahim missed an off-balance shot and Jelani McCoy grabbed the loose ball.
7. She was off-balance - nothing she could do to prevent herself from turning towards him as his grip pulled her in.
8. He dragged her backwards and off-balance, and then kept her moving so that she couldn't recover.
9. Unfortunately, Joan catches Victor slightly off-balance and he falls against a wall, bruising his arm slightly.
10. Tucker made a spectacular off-balance catch to end the game.
11. Simon followed his own miss with an off-balance floater to tie the score at 75-75.
12. Off-balance sheet financing is a term used to describe techniques designed to obscure a company's true financial obligations.
13. I was off-balance, falling forward, lurching with giant strides, certain that the next step would end in a nosedive.
14. As Whitney shows, these off-balance sheet numbers are an incredible three times the size of all on-balance sheet debt, totaling $2 trillion.
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15. Mozart keeps the listener continuously off-balance; he is an imp and trickster, the patron saint of practical jokes, as it were.
16. He had spotted the opportunity to knock an off-balance Michael Essien off the ball in a pre-season fixture two weeks ago and he had slammed his shoulder into him with all of his force.
17. As the machine is tilted off-balance, the center of pressure acts as a fulcrum for the system to rotate around.
18. Certainly bad loans at Chinese banks and massive off-balance sheet debt in the financial sector are legitimate worries.
19. The lunge had thrown him off-balance and he spun, trying to regain his centre of gravity.
20. She tried to duck out of his grip, half-succeeding, and he went off-balance.
21. Accelerating technological development has pushed the government of every country off-balance in the past decade.
22. Their lead swelled to 46-41 when Jamar Curry made an off-balance jumper with 17: 06 left.
23. ICBC's loan book grew from zero to about $500m last year, while off-balance sheet activities, mainly letters of guarantee, were valued at about $1bn, Mr Tian says.
24. One insight in particular threw my congenially upbeat, everything-is-getting-better world view seriously off-balance.
25. How do you know if your work/life balance is off-balance?
26. If you are taking any drugs in these categories and feel off-balance, it's worth discussing with your doctor.
27. Some "new" loans also represent a shift to the formal banking sector from off-balance sheet vehicles and from the informal loan market which flourished when credit quotas were in place.
28. Just like any piece of statisticsconcerning the China economy, the true size of these bad loans are not certainas these financing vehicles are off-balance sheet.
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