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These nanobodies were stable when dried and aerosolized, the researchers found, suggesting that they could be made into a nose spray.

Right now the livestock markets are overall not very stable.

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Which creates shelf-stable foods without the use of preservatives.

A second report, based on a geotechnical and structural inspection by the Millennium Engineers Group of Pharr, Texas, also hired by the National Butterfly Center, found that the fence was stable for now, but that it faces a host of issues.

In July, researchers showed they could get a spin-orbit qubit implemented in silicon to last for about 10 milliseconds, while trapped ion qubits can stay stable for as long as 10 minutes.

At St. Barnabas Hospital, Pellerano was listed in stable condition with wounds to his chest and arm.

His lone stable was a girl from Newport News, Virginia, who had already escaped one nightmare.

The country, long viewed as stable, has recently been home to upheaval.

The areas that were once the most food stable flipped on their heads when Ebola arrived, and are now the least.

Unlike metals like iron, which rusts and corrodes dramatically, chromium remains stable after oxidation and subsequent burial.

Adjoining the engine-house on the other side, is the stable, where five splendid horses are kept.

Yet the word is general and apparently unconnected with the house, as it was not a stable but a boarding-house.

Dorothy led Jack off to the stable, and the half-frozen yeoman turned in to enjoy his cheerful fire.

When she went to go into her stable, Mace slowed her down till the street cars was gone by.

A broken broom, covered with very ancient cobwebs, lay under one manger, and the remnants of a stable-bucket under another.


On this page you'll find 170 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stable, such as: balanced, calm, durable, fast, lasting, and permanent.

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