Our economy is in a state of extremely precarious equilibrium.
The young men had talked-through an exhausting trip by government plane, then a clammy ride in a government car-about science, emergencies, social equilibriums and the need of secrecy, till he knew less than he had known at the start; he noticed only that two words kept recurring in their jabber, which had also appeared in the text of the invitation, two words that had an ominous sound when involving an unknown issue: the demands for his "loyalty" and "co-operation."
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Panic threw the stock market out of equilibrium.
I took a night job after my regular job and it’s thrown my life out of equilibrium.