The balance or equipoise of parts in the human body is of two sorts, viz.
These and the retracted head and neck adjust the equipoise of the body.
Even on the mornings when he felt ill, if he set to work he recovered his equipoise.
Lockwood started and for a moment he almost lost his equipoise.
The poet said that the Aeropher was the symbol of that kind of poetry in which energy and art were in equipoise.
By this false idea of an indifference of equipoise the Molinists were much embarrassed.
It depicts a melancholy temperament held in equipoise by a clear intellect and a firm will.
Sir Charles needed a moment or two after he had set down to recover his equipoise.
The equipoise is due to the current being cut by the edges a a´, and diverted into the cellular divisions of each area.
Mr. Reynolds says something, not clearly understood by me, about an equipoise among the political generals.