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The current balance between the 'public interest in freedom of the press and free expression' and other matters of public interest appears to me out of kilter," she told the inquiry in a written witness statement.
If he had not returned to the mound--as the Angels' pitcher did not--it would have thrown the Rangers' five-pitcher rotation out of kilter.
Roy Beggs, a member of the Ulster Unionist Party, said Wilson's views "are out of kilter with mainstream political opinion and more importantly the overwhelming consensus view of climate scientists throughout the world".
Have we been too busy dwelling on the past to realise that we are slightly out of kilter with the future?
While there were always individual artists and critics who admired the paper cut-outs, by and large to a post-World War II generation traumatised by seven years of loss and destruction, Matisse's decorative vision appeared out of kilter with the times; by contrast, Picasso appeared more relevant in dealing head on with themes of alienation and violence.
Densely ionizing radiation from plutonium and radon burrows microscopic tunnels through living tissues and knocks things out of kilter along these tracks.
Colborn added Park said his body was out of kilter and he felt tight before the bullpen session.
The wildly different dynamics--the ultra-fast huddled spin juxtaposed with the dancers suspending in splayed positions, the quick, flat-footed steps alternating with serene, refined waltzing--were suggestive of a world out of kilter, perhaps a statement on the right-wing condition in Vienna today.