(of a patient or a medical condition) Not deteriorating in health after an injury or operation
he is now in a stable condition in the hospital
(of a person) Sane and sensible; not easily upset or disturbed
the officer concerned is mentally and emotionally stable
(of an object or structure) Not likely to give way or overturn; firmly fixed
specially designed dinghies that are very stable
Not liable to undergo chemical decomposition, radioactive decay, or other physical change
Put or keep (a horse) in a specially adapted building
Put or base (a train) in a depot
A building set apart and adapted for keeping horses
An establishment where racehorses are kept and trained
The racehorses of a particular training establishment
An organization or establishment providing the same background or training for its members
the player comes from the same stable as Agassi
A group of people trained by the same person or under one management
the agent looked after a big stable of European golfers
shelter in a stable; "stable horses"
a farm building for housing horses or other livestock
firm and dependable; subject to little fluctuation; "the economy is stable"
not taking part readily in chemical change
static: showing little if any change; "a static population"
A stable is a building in which livestock, especially horses, are kept. It most commonly means a building that is divided into separate stalls for individual animals. ...
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In probability theory, the stability of a random variable is the property that a linear combination of two independent copies of the variable has the same distribution, up to location and scale parameters. ...
Professional wrestling has accrued a considerable amount of slang, in-references, and jargon. Much of it stems from the industry's origins in the days of carnivals and circuses, and the slang itself is often referred to as "carny talk. ...
The clarification and stabilization of wine in winemaking involves removing insoluble and suspended materials that may cause a wine to become cloudy, gassy, form unwanted sediment deposit or tartaric crystals, deteriorate quicker or develop assorted wine faults due to physical, chemical or ...
In mathematics, a stiff equation is a differential equation for which certain numerical methods for solving the equation are numerically unstable, unless the step size is taken to be extremely small. ...
A building, wing or dependency set apart and adapted for lodging and feeding (and training) animals with hoofs, especially horses; all the racehorses of a particular stable, i.e. ...
(stability) The condition of being stable or in equilibrium, and thus resistant to change; The tendency to recover from perturbations
(STABLES) Areas, enclosures or places on a Paceway used for the accommodation of horses competing at a meeting. Stables may also refer to the areas on a trainer's property or other property where their horses are accommodated.
(Stables) Undine® tranquillizes the animals, moisturizes them and improves hygiene while using 35 percent less water than traditional systems.
(Stability) The overall ability of a resistor to maintain its initial resistance value over extended periods of time, when subjected to any combination of environmental conditions and electrical stresses.
(Stability) The quality of paper to maintain its original size when it undergoes pressure and moisture changes.
(stability) A measure of the reactivity of a given molecule.
(stability) The relative steadiness or safety of a security or fund compared to the market as a whole. For example, money market funds and other short-term investments offer more stability than funds that invest in growth stocks.
(Stability) The capacity of a vessel to return to its original position after having been displaced by external forces. The stability of a vessel depends on the meta-centric height.
(Stability) The ability of an electric system to maintain a state of equilibrium during normal and abnormal system conditions or disturbances.
(Stability) The ability of tires to maintain direction of a vehicle on curves without causing excessive body sway.
(Stability) The ability of an instrument or sensor to maintain a consistent output when a constant input is applied.
(Stability) Remaining consistent and steady. Joint stability: Integrity of the entire joint.