Stable & Stable
That is why horse friends, regardless of disciplines, decide to build their own structures. It has been proved that our construction elements withstand the misuse that animals cause in their area. Find out more about Morton's stable choices here. Horse care is tough work, but horse aficionados know it's a reward.
Twenty luxurious stables to stay with your horse
Beautifully furnished and spacious, these luxury horse barns are so nice that you want to hire a stable just for yourself. They are like a whole house and we only want what is best for them. To many horse lovers, the best thing is a large stable with one or two windows for upkeep.
Whatever you think is best for your horse, we are betting that you will fell in fond of these luxury cowsheds. They have everything: enormous barns, three-storey blankets, churches with window and much more. Have a look and let us know if you want to move in with your horse!
Anyone' Stable Dreams? Okay, so most of these barns are probably way out of our budget. It' s good to be dreaming, though, isn't it? Regardless of how fundamental your stable is, it is the level of grooming you give your horse that matters. Maybe we don't have a chandelier or unusual masonry, but we can be proud of our sane, lucky ponies.
In which of these stalls would you like to move in with your horse?
Lasting or permanent: a stable world. He' s stable even after losing his outfit.
One group of competitors or entertainment under joint management: a stable of prize fighters. v.tr. Can be placed or kept in a stable. v.intr. Living in a stable. 3. c. (as modifier): stable attendant. 4th an informational resource for trainings like schools, theatres etc.: the two competitors were from the same stable.
A series of individuals regarded as the sources of a particular talent: a stable of authors. A stable of, in relation to or suited for a stable: stable manner. Reasonable or permanent: a stable relation. Non-radioactively: a stable nuclid. n., v., v., v., -bled, -bling. n. 1., - a structure, usually with stables, for the housing and feed of animals, cows, etc..
A stable state that is able or likely to perpetuate or maintain; solidly entrenched; permanently or permanently. A stable and not easily decomposed commodity as a chemicals component; stable to changes in chemistry, molecules or nuclei. state of a person ) without significant changes. stablyis, sta?ble-ness, n. 1.
It is unlikely to transform into a core or less massive atom particles on the fly. As an example, the most abundant of isotopes of coal, C12, is stable. Related to a state of a state in which a substance is not readily decomposed or converted into other substances or components. It is an example of a stable connection.
Related to an electron or a quaternary organic compound in which it is unlikely that an electron will divide with another one. For example: Stable of the Donkeys, 1576; Stable of Courageous Horse, 1700th Stable - Refuge in a Stable; "Stable Horses" - Refuge; "After the Quake the Thousand of Homeeless Persons Could Not Receive Refuge" Adj.1.
a stable - resisting changes of posture or state; "a stable leader"; "a stable peace"; "a stable relationship"; "stable prices" - firm in intention or dedication or love; "a man who remains faithful to his ideals"; "a perpetual lover"; "as consistent as the North Star"; - persistent or persevering without a significant alteration in his post or state or place; "the president's persevering secretary";
"A"; "permanent address"; "literature of lasting value" - no changes or variations especially in behaviour; "a constant blow"; "a constant job"; "a constant breeze"; "a constant rise"; "a good constant ball player" - without stabilization or fixation or solidity; "unstable politics "; "the turret turned out to be instable in strong winds"; "an instable global economy" 2.
sturdy - solid and reliable; little volatility; "the state of the world' s economies is stable" - financial security and safety; "healthy investments"; "a healthy economy" - in balance; "a diligently equilibrated seesaw"; "a symphonic band "; "a careful balance of mental and historical culture"; "a balance of whiskeys"; "the well-ed man shows a balance in the evolution of all his powers" 5.
Ashley Montagu; "a stable and unchanging part of germplasm"; "the unchanging seasons"; "one of the unchanging facts of life" 3. three. 3. one of the unchanging facts of life: stable, strong, secure, strong, stable, substantial, robust, stable, durable, well-made, well constructed, immobile, long-lived This stucture must be stable.
It is not easy to decompose (a substance). the barn is a place where the horse is kept. a. esstable, que no flutúa.