disequilibrate

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dis·e·quil·i·brate

 (dĭs′ĭ-kwĭl′ə-brāt′)
tr.v. dis·e·quil·i·brat·ed, dis·e·quil·i·brat·ing, dis·e·quil·i·brates
To upset the equilibrium of (the economy, for example); unbalance.

dis′e·quil′i·bra′tion n.
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disequilibrate

(ˌdɪsɪˈkwɪlɪˌbreɪt)
vb (tr)
to remove equilibrium from
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Indeed, Andersen (2009) identifies two opposing evolutionary mechanisms: first, the mechanism of innovation which moves the economic system from a stationary state to its maximally disequilibrated state; Second, the mechanism of adaptation to move the system back to a new stationary state, where previous innovations have been absorbed in an equilibrated system of economic routines.
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At one point QANG's own intra-psychic domain of male objects became sufficiently stressed and disequilibrated that his un/conscious, hitherto consolidated by his omni-benevolent and protective paternal presence (dead father), yielded to an already present negative object who was waiting for his opportunity.
Doll (1993) reminds us that "not every perturbation leads to redevelopment [reaggregation]; it is quite possible for a disequilibrated situation to lead to the sort of chaos that takes us not to a new and more complex level of order but to the abyss of destruction" (p.
This implies taking as a starting point a disequilibrated equation, which is solved through a dynamic model (to equilibrate it), together with some specifications with theoretical and econometric extensions (Chavarin, 2001).
(2) While rapid cooling in the early Big Bang delivered the energy / matter duality as energy, radically disequilibrated by the tremendous acceleration of Universal expansion, 'precipitated' into the stages of matter production, if the cooling (as I assume must happen--Salthe, 1993) begins to decelerate in the senescing Universe, the dispersal of matter would continue, eventually right through the quark-gluon plasma, in the direction of 'pure' energy.
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This laryngeal configuration generally results in a good vocal result and is considered "favorable synkinesis." [36] Disequilibrated synkinesis can lead to spasmodic or paradoxical motion of the arytenoid and the vocal fold.
If so, the analysis could proceed by assuming an initially disequilibrated labor market (among the workers in the sample) that achieves or, at least, approaches equilibrium.
Having inherited the least disequilibrated economy among the former socialist countries, the Czech government could devote less attention-- in relative terms-- to restoring some measure of economic equilibrium and more to introducing institutional changes to other areas in need of market institutions.
The crisis disequilibrated the banks' balance sheets afresh and combined with the perceived uncertainties of the Third Reich to make the performance of the private banks for more cautious and sluggish in the 1930s than in the 1920s.
In a sense their psycho-somatic being becomes so havocked and disequilibrated that it is forced to transform itself out of itself, i.e., through the already developed structures of the egoic self.