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  • 61stable — 1) tables 2) bleats …

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  • 62stable — a. 1. Fixed, established, permanent, immovable, immutable, unalterable, indestructible, unchangeable, invariable, strong, firm. 2. Constant, steady, firm, steadfast, unwavering, stanch. 3. Durable, lasting, enduring, abiding, permanent, secure,… …

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  • 63stable — adj 1. firm, steady, fixed, fast; sound, solid, stout, sturdy, staunch, substantial; established, riveted, moored, anchored; immovable, still, inert, quiescent, motionless, statuelike, stationary. 2. enduring, abiding, lasting, continuing,… …

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  • 64stable — sta·ble …

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  • 65stable —   1. See barn.   2. See firm …

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  • 66stable — see ponokáómitaoyis …

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  • 67stable lad — or stable lass noun Someone whose job is to look after the horses at a racing stable • • • Main Entry: ↑stable * * * stable lad UK US noun [countable] [singular stable lad …

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  • 68Stable (disambiguation) — Stable may refer to: *stable, a building in which livestock, usually horses, are kept. ** Stable, in professional wrestling, a group of wrestlers within a promotion who have a common element *the attribute of stability ** Chemically stable **… …

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  • 69stable boy — UK US noun [countable] [singular stable boy plural stable boys] a boy or man whose job is to look after horses in a stable Thesaurus: horse ridinghyp …

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  • 70Stable equilibrium — Stable Sta ble (st[=a] b l), a. [OF. estable, F. stable, fr. L. stabilis, fr. stare to stand. See {Stand}, v. i. and cf. {Establish}.] 1. Firmly established; not easily moved, shaken, or overthrown; fixed; as, a stable government. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 71Stable (theorie des graphes) — Stable (théorie des graphes) Pour les articles homonymes, voir stable. L ensemble des sommets en bleu dans ce graphe est un stable maximal du graphe. Dans la théorie des graphes, un stable – appelé aussi ensem …

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  • 72stable lad — stable lads also stable lad N COUNT A stable lad is the same as a stable boy. [BRIT] (in AM, use stable boy) …

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  • 73Stable fly — Stable Sta ble, n. [OF. estable, F. [ e]table, from L. stabulum, fr. stare to stand. See {Stand}, v. i.] A house, shed, or building, for beasts to lodge and feed in; esp., a building or apartment with stalls, for horses; as, a horse stable; a cow …

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  • 74Stable storage — is a classification of computer data storage technology that guarantees atomicity for any given write operation and allows software to be written that is robust against some hardware and power failures. To be considered atomic, upon reading back… …

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  • 75Stable vices — are bad habits of equines, especially horses. They usually develop as a result of being confined with insufficient exercise. Vices can develop out of boredom or hunger, excess energy, isolation, and occasionally may be learned by observing other… …

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  • 76Stable Lodge — (Бангкок,Таиланд) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: 39 Sukhumvit Rd, Soi 8, Кх …

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  • 77stable lass — stable lad or stable lass noun Someone whose job is to look after the horses at a racing stable • • • Main Entry: ↑stable …

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  • 78stable girl — UK US noun [countable] [singular stable girl plural stable girls] a girl or woman whose job is to look after horses in a stable Thesaurus: horse riding …

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  • 79stable boy — stable boys also stableboy N COUNT A stable boy is a young man who works in a stable looking after the horses …

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  • 80stable boy — (or stable girl) ► NOUN ▪ a boy or man (or girl or woman) employed in a stable …

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