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Weal-balanced, kept in a state of just proportion by reasons of state: “from thence, by cold gradation and w. form, we shall proceed with Angelo,” Meas. IV, 3, 104 (not eagerly and passionately, as my personal feelings would prompt me, but with due observance of all forms, which it would be against the public interest not to observe. M. Edd. unnecessarily and somewhat flatly well-balanced).
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