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Traditionally, load-balancing algorithms are used to keep traffic evenly distributed over a set of servers.
In other deals the spoils might not be so evenly distributed.
It's a smaller, less commercial hunt--the meat is distributed evenly among local families, not sold.
At no time in our history has more wealth been more evenly distributed as it is today.
The nine deadlines were fairly evenly distributed over four months, with the first two coming up in three weeks.
And of course losses are not evenly distributed across the system.
Spread granola onto prepared pan or trays until evenly distributed.
There was more than enough space for everything and the pack distributed the weight evenly on my back.
Today, the world's human capital is increasingly evenly distributed.
The load is evenly distributed, and water doesn't slosh all over the carrier's legs.
If your attic insulation covers your joists and is distributed evenly, you probably have enough.
It distributed ink evenly from the cartridge to the paper for writing, and it contained the rest of the ink inside the cartridge.
Longevity, in general, is not evenly distributed in the population.
And reserves of phosphorus are even less evenly distributed than oil's, raising additional supply concerns.
Private sector opportunities tend to be more evenly distributed throughout the year.
It distributed ink evenly from the cartridge to the paper for writing, and it held the rest of the ink inside the cartridge.
The good news has not been spread evenly, of course: some countries have ridden the storm more successfully than others.
Install the washers and nuts onto the bolts and tighten them evenly one turn past hand-tight.
Add half the corn-chili mixture, spreading evenly over the noodles.
There simply is not enough time to disperse evenly the effects of such huge thermal disturbances.
Shelves are fully stocked, and cans are evenly spaced.
He stretched a ball of dough expertly, evenly over the pad.
At the moment, they look evenly balanced, but both are changing rapidly.
Drop spoonfuls of topping around edge of cake and spread gently over center, smoothing evenly.
In basic plumage, note the evenly gray wings on both the upper and under surfaces and the wedge-shaped tail.
Public squares and parks were evenly dispersed at intersections.
Not only do convection ovens cook food more evenly than conventional ovens, but they do it more quickly and at lower temperatures.
The tumult at the top of financial markets has not filtered down evenly, but that doesn't mean it's not seeping.
Meanwhile, place the bread cubes in the same bowl, then drizzle with olive oil and toss to coat evenly.
The fiber keeps the polymer particles evenly spaced so that they can soak up the blood quickly while expanding uniformly.
Stir it around with a fork so it cooks evenly and thoroughly.
Although nuclear tests were conducted in only a few places, the radiocarbon spread evenly in the atmosphere.
My guess is that within a decade these two will be able to compete evenly with fossil fuels.
Many of the resources are spread across the continent fairly evenly, leaving miners with a choice about where to go.
Continue to make adjustments and run the test until the system is applying water as evenly as possible.
When everyone orders bottles of wine and appetizers and then decides to split the bill evenly, my heart sinks.
The evenly dispersed particles each have several high-density coatings on them.
Responsibility for boosting growth must be more evenly split with politicians.
Last year, the writers divided up the winners fairly evenly between the different automakers.
Add parsley to the mix and stir well so that all ingredients distribute evenly.
Add food coloring and mix at low speed until evenly colored.
True, because the corruption is spread evenly among many people.
Not surprisingly, the impact of pollution does not fall evenly across the population.
The gas that is zipping around will fly off into space and or distribute evenly with the earths atmosphere.
What seems particularly interesting to me is that voting in this debate appears relatively evenly balanced.
Boris' wage support idea has quite a bit of merit in that it spreads the burden more evenly.
Swirl the pan to distribute the eggs and filling evenly over the surface.
But all of these heirlooms are evenly deep-hued and luscious on the inside, as crimson and soft as mouth flesh.
And the result is soft, plump, and evenly toned skin.
The team also found straight lines of evenly spaced holes in the seabed that appear to have been engineered by animals.
Moreover, the dollar is unlikely to fall evenly against other currencies.
So, you're probably wondering why the eclipse line isn't evenly rounded.
Move the marzipan around to ensure it is evenly coated.
They have a system that spreads benefits absolutely evenly among all their members.
Turn slices over and sprinkle evenly with brown sugar.
The yuan must rise against the dollar, but must do so slowly and evenly over years and decades.
Often the questions are evenly directed among the panelists.
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