Balance refers to a biological system that enables us to know where our bodies are in the environment and to maintain a desired position. Normal balance depends on information from the inner ear, other senses (such as sight and touch) and muscle movement.

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"Balance" is in the NAICS Code "333997"
  (Scale and Balance (except Laboratory) ManufacturingVehicle scales manufacturing)

"Balance" is in the UNSPSC Code "26101707"
  Balance shafts

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Balance refers to the ability to control equilibrium, either static or dynamic.

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