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Synonyms for stable

Synonyms for stable

firmly settled or positioned

consistently reliable, especially because of resistance to outside pressures

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a farm building for housing horses or other livestock

shelter in a stable

resistant to change of position or condition

firm and dependable

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not taking part readily in chemical change

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maintaining equilibrium

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showing little if any change

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Major finding: Smoking cessation rates among patients with stably treated major depressive disorder were higher at 9-12 weeks in those treated with varenicline than in those treated with placebo (35.
But, if the federal government broadens its mandate to pursue generalized reforms of the K-12 curriculum, teacher evaluation, or testing of students, then they diffuse their revenue and regulatory effort in fixing that which is not broken--the subnational educational system catering to stably governed households.
o and stably procure LCD panels from the Polish firm for the Japanese company's LCD television production in Poland and Britain, Toshiba said.
GTI noted that the JP8 fuel processor has operated stably for 600 hours of testing to date.
With SMTPGuard, even if SMTP servers are drowned in a flood of SPAM mails even including virus mails, the administrators can control the incoming stream by limiting acceptance of mails sent by specific IP addresses or senders so that the mail system can operate stably.
The new patents relate to new signal processing techniques used to provide useful measurements of both mass flow and density and the operational aspects of keeping the Coriolis meter running stably in single-phase or two-phase flow conditions, and dynamic transitions between these flow conditions.
Notions of martyrdom and jihad run roughshod over the logic that allowed the United States to pass half a century perched, more or less stably, on the brink of Armageddon.
Maynard Smith and the late George Price showed that cooperators and defectors coexist stably in a mix whose proportions are determined by the payoffs of the particular game.
round belts and are suited for moving small parts, such as thin, card-shaped items that can not be carried stably by a flat belt conveyor.
FEATURES & FUNCTIONS: Designed for handling such things as thin, card-shaped pieces that can't be stably moved with a flat-belt conveyor, as it uses two 2-mm diameter round belts per conveyor.
Mutagenesis: To address the issue of which DAT N-terminal serine residues are phosphorylated, we constructed stably transfected [LLC-PK.
Up until now humanoid or two-legged robots have needed to have one foot on the floor to move stably.
We also investigated the AhR-dependent activities of cantharidin and emodin (in herbal extracts) in Ah-responsive MCF-7 human breast cells, HepG2 human liver cancer cells, and mouse Hepa-1 cells transiently or stably transfected with plasmids expressing a luciferase reporter gene linked to multiple copies of a consensus dioxin-responsive element.
The serologic results in stray dogs are very similar to those reported in previous studies from the region, suggesting that the disease is stably maintained in this reservoir host (15,16).
Though industry leader PetsMart and its chief competitor PetCo coexist relatively stably in the marketplace - each has about 560 stores nationally - the two try their hardest to woo each others' shoppers.