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Allen’s ankle was stabilized and he was able to return home after the game, but it appears likely he’s headed for surgery and will miss the rest of the season.

Either way, those restrictions come just as Europe’s labor markets appeared to be at least stabilizing.

From Fortune

That would support CNBC’s recent report that some media companies believe the number of pay-TV subscribers will stabilize around 50 million households within the next five years.

From Digiday

That said, Unilever also plans to invest “heavily in marketing to support our brand campaigns” now that many markets have stabilized versus the beginning of the year.

From Digiday

For the 76ers, who have spent years changing course and cycling through executives, Morey could represent a stabilizing force.

The elections are seen as a crucial step in stabilizing Ukraine and represent a chance to stop the fracturing of the country.

Her brand of anarchy in fact seems to have a stabilizing effect on other more volatile attractions in her life.

Speaking of stabilizing governments, I've been working hard to stabilize mine.

This event calls for marriage as institution open to all who wish to accept its stabilizing, limiting confines.

Do Americans think stabilizing population will help protect the environment?

It is therefore necessary to find a means of stabilizing the naturally unstable cambered surface.

For the sake of illustration, the stabilizing surface has been given an angle of incidence, and therefore has a lift and C.P.

Aeroplanes have, in the past, been built with a stabilizing surface in front of the main surface instead of at the rear of it.

These stabilizing movements are taking place all the time, even though imperceptible to the pilot.

The envelope is long and cylindrical, pointed at the nose and rounded at the stern, where it is fitted with stabilizing “fins.”

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On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stabilizing, such as: beginning, building, chartering, constituting, endowing, and fixing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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