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1to perform a balancing act — hacer malabarismos
- he is attempting a balancing act between both groups — está haciendo malabarismos para contentar a ambos grupos
- They do so through delicate balancing acts of simultaneously embracing and rejecting both femininity and hegemonic masculinity.
- Here is a perfect example of the delicate balancing act that is required when making decisions on use of the green belt.
- I don't see this as a conflict so much as a balancing act between two paradigms.
- He says the change is designed to be a delicate balancing act between the rights of employers and employees.
- Painful compromises are necessary from both sides and a delicate balancing act is needed to break years of mistrust.
- It is surprising how much of a delicate balancing act creating a business plan really is.
- Your relationship with your team should be a delicate balancing act.
- It all makes for a unique and delicate balancing act, they all admit, but it works.
- The achievement has been remarkable, and involved a delicate balancing act.
- This is a delicate balancing act between the need to support police and the need to prevent abuses of power.
- These are not linear processes and there are few cleverer balancing acts than pursuit of an editorial strategy.
- The balancing act required is a delicate dance between playing the waiting game and taking action.
- Cattarin performs a delicate balancing act that allows each of the ingredients to speak.
- The achievement of rapport between interviewer and respondent is therefore a delicate balancing act.
- So it is a delicate balancing act that the newspaper publisher must play.
- The present situation demands a delicate balancing act from Martin, too.
- The role is a balancing act between different interests and the manager will sometimes have to take a longer view than traders.
- For instance, managers often perform a delicate balancing act when seeking support for a venture.
- It's a balancing act that requires continuous adjustments, but the point is that it can be done.
- He has been trained in Belgium and has mastered the virtuoso balancing act his employment requires.
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