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stable

1
a. the racehorses belonging to a particular establishment or owner
b. the establishment itself
c. (as modifier): stable companion

stable

2
1. (of an elementary particle, atomic nucleus, etc.) not undergoing decay; not radioactive
2. (of a chemical compound) not readily partaking in a chemical change
3. (of electronic equipment) with no tendency to self-oscillation

stable

[′stā·bəl]
(physics)
Not subject to any change without the application of an external agency, such as radiation; said of a molecule, atom, nucleus, or elementary particle.

stable

A building, or portion thereof, for the housing and feeding of horses, cattle, and other domestic animals.
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From older and modern churches, graveyard monuments, pillar boxes and boundary posts, to a stableyard which is part of the outbuildings that once housed a Grand National winner and which was a community museum; they all have fascinating stories to tell.
Breeding sheep saw Texel ewes inlamb to pounds 98, pounds 90 for 1 crop from Stableyard Cottage who also sold 3 crop pounds 81, 4 crop pounds 63, pounds 56.
It's clear Miss Phillips has spent far too much time in the stableyard and should leave speech-making to others in future.
This was a showpiece house approaching perfection, never mind its 248 acres, model stableyard, staff flats, lodges, bothy and stud buildings.
But if the former spread itself expansively over the site of a Victorian stableyard, the latter has been extracted from the smallest conceivable footprint of land - an empty parallelogram, 6m wide and 8m deep, at the end of a mews.
Oddly enough, one of the best smells in my garden is the load of well- rotted manure we load into the stableyard each winter.
There is also dairy farm, a sheep farm and stableyard.
The Old Stableyard, Smithdown Lane Saturdays at Pan Am: With DJ Craig Mac and guests.
Erddig Hall closed after a tree fell and stableyard and footpaths were flooded.
TWO horses found dead after a stableyard burglary were poisoned by the thieves, police believe.
There's the formal gardens to walk around, a forested country park to explore (you can hire bikes on site), an old stableyard with the inevitable tearoom, visitor centre and a few shops selling arts, crafts and locally produced foods and the peace de resistance, an adventure playground the like of which we had never seen before.