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balance

 [bal´ans]
an instrument for weighing.
equilibrium (def. 1).
acid-base balance see acid-base balance.
analytical balance a balance used in the laboratory, sensitive to variations of the order of 0.05 to 0.1 mg.
fluid balance see fluid balance.
negative balance a state in which the amount of water or an electrolyte excreted from the body is greater than that ingested.
nitrogen balance see nitrogen balance.
positive balance a state in which the amount of water or an electrolyte excreted from the body is less than that ingested.
water balance fluid balance.
zero balance a state in which the amount of water or an electrolyte excreted from the body is exactly equal to that ingested; see equilibrium (def. 1).

zero balance

a state in which the amount of water or an electrolyte excreted from the body is exactly equal to that ingested. See also equilibrium.
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These bubbles represent those who increased their debt balances during the "boom" years between 2000 and 2007, but who have since decreased to a zero balance in 2012, four years after the crisis.
It was those early influences that led to the Brooklyn, New York, resident's credit score of 762, credit cards with zero balances, and her money-saving mindset.
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A closer look showed while demand for office space is likely to rise, with a zero balance as opposed to minus eight per cent, businesses expect declining demand for industrial, warehouse and retail space.
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They said: 'All payments, interest, fees and insurance premiums have been refunded leaving a zero balance.
Everyone with a zero balance at March 31 will qualify for the draw - with one winner having their council tax paid for 2005/2006.
The big answer is to optimize the exchange balance, track the relationship throughout the implementation of each fundraising plan and drive toward a net zero balance.
I don't think the hospital will have any option to reject the patient [even] if there's a zero balance in the HSA," he said.
The breath will also help to stabilize the lumbar spine so that we have the ability to stand or sit in erect posture, returning us to zero balance.
The zero balance reflected (1) the absence of any tax liability on the gift taxes, based on the assumption Betty paid them and (2) a marital trust made up of the remaining estate (after expected administration expenses), which passed to Betty and was therefore eligible for the marital deduction.
Its goal: to provide its executives with a compensation program that is competitive, easy to manage and carries zero balance sheet impact.