English StablesStables in English
One can call someone who is seriously ill stabile when his state has not worsened. He was in a steady state. Chemicals are considered robust if they have a tendency to stay in the same state. These less stabile connections were transformed into a connection named Delta-A THC.
Once an item is steady, it is securely locked in place and cannot move or drop. It has to be solid. The barn or barn is a place where the horse is kept. Stables are an organisation that races and educates horse for motorsport.
Ms. Curling won on two of the Mick Trickey stables. February 7: No wonder why close, steady relations led to long-term satisfaction. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Show more.....: If something is steady, it probably won't improve or end now. Crude prices have stayed steady this months.
KORYO: ???: A barn or barn is a place where a horse is kept.
Definitions and significance of the stables
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