stabile

adjective (chemistry, physics, biology) resistant to change
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stabile

firm
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stabile

stabile (stā'bēl) , an abstract construction that is completely stationary. The form was pioneered by Alexander Calder, and examples were termed stabiles to distinguish them from mobiles, their moving counterparts, also invented by Calder.
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stabile

stationary
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stabile

Steady; fixed; denoting: 1) certain constituents of serum unaffected by ordinary degrees of heat; 2) an electrode held steadily on a part during the passage of an electric current. ... Compare: labile. ... Origin: L. Stabilis ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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stabile

type of stationary abstract sculpture, developed by the 20th-century American artist Alexander Calder and usually characterized by simple forms ... [1 related articles]
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stabile

Type: Term Pronunciation: stā′bīl, -bil Definitions: 1. Steady; fixed; denoting: 1) certain constituents of serum unaffected by ordinary degrees of heat; 2) an electrode held steadily on a part during the passage of an electric current.
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stabile

[adj] - (chemistry, physics, biology) resistant to change 2. [n] - a sculpture having fixed units (usually constructed of sheet metal) and attached to a fixed support
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