stabilize


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Synonyms for stabilize

make stable

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Synonyms for stabilize

to make stable

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to put in balance

Synonyms for stabilize

make stable and keep from fluctuating or put into an equilibrium

support or hold steady and make steadfast, with or as if with a brace

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In the weeks leading up to the Second World Climte Conference, 18 Western European nations, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and other countries announced their intention to stabilize carbon dioxide emissions.
Many MS patients experience day-to-day waxing and waning of symptoms, but those who show steady decline during a six-month period are classified as chronic, progressive patients and until now were not expected to stabilize.
Some patient also experience loss of bone density that may be a concern when utilizing pedicle screw fixation systems to stabilize the spine while fusion occurs.
Judge Barbara Lane will preside over two jury trials: The first will determine whether the ranch is liable for property damage, relocation costs, emotional distress and lost use of property, and whether it must remove the landslide and stabilize the hillside.
Given the level of emissions reductions that must be achieved to stabilize the climate, the growing sense of urgency for immediate action, and the societal cost savings that offsets represent, offsets are an indispensable component to real climate change solutions.
It's good for homeowners, because it means the market will stabilize, and that means the value won't decline.
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