Example sentences for: imbalances

How can you use “imbalances” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Calling for a more dynamic Anglo-German partnership to tackle Europe's problems, Blair wrote that he and Schröder wanted to discuss the pace of enlarging Europe eastward, how to reform and restore confidence in financial institutions, how to combat over-regulation in Europe, develop a European defense identity, reform the common agricultural policy, and correct European budget imbalances.

  • This goal may be reasonable in certain situations and patients are clearly easier to manage without volume overload and electrolyte imbalances.

  • "This commitment to slow growth," writes Greider, "does protect the value of money and financial assets, but it is like a noose thrown around the advanced economies, sure to deepen their imbalances in production and employment."

  • Under randomization, imbalances can occur in the empirical distribution of baseline covariates.

  • In models for the risk factors, it may be inappropriate to combine height and weight as the BMI [ 14 ] . From the standpoint of CHD events, it may be more risky for shorter individuals to gain weight than for taller individuals because coronary artery diameter is likely to be higher in taller subjects [ 15 ] . By contrast, the risk of diabetes may be less dependent on height; persisting energy imbalances may lead to similar outcomes in terms of the development of insulin resistance.


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