See equilibration.

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  • equilibratory — ə̇ˈkwiləbrəˌtōrē, ēˈk ; ˌēkwəˈlib , ˌekwə , wəˈlīb adjective : serving to cause or maintain equilibrium equilibratory reactions in the form of wing positions that differ from the … normal Biological Abstracts …   Useful english dictionary

  • equilibratory — adjective see equilibrate …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • equilibratory — equil·i·bra·to·ry …   English syllables

  • equilibrium — equilibratory /i kwil euh breuh tawr ee, tohr ee, ee kweuh lib reuh , ek weuh /, adj. /ee kweuh lib ree euhm, ek weuh /, n., pl. equilibriums, equilibria / ree euh/. 1. a state of rest or balance due to the equal action of opposing forces. 2.… …   Universalium

  • equilibrate — verb ( brated; brating) Date: 1635 transitive verb to bring into or keep in equilibrium ; balance intransitive verb to bring about, come to, or be in equilibrium • equilibration noun • equilibrator noun • equilibratory …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • control — 1. (v.) To regulate, restrain, correct, restore to normal. 2. (n.) Ongoing operations or programs aimed at reducing a disease. 3. (n.) Members of a comparison group who differ in disease experience or allocation to a regimen from the subjects of… …   Medical dictionary

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