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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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Rising GDP growth, the Hacienda's stellar public debt metrics, exposure to a US manufacturing renaissance, potential labour market and judicial reforms under the new PBI regime, the prospect of foreign investment in Pemex, above $100 Brent, falling sovereign credit risk and CDS, the stablest banking system in Latin America have all been catalysts for Mexico.
Alternatively, the predictions might suggest that the polymorph in hand is the stablest form and that other forms are unlikely to arise.
Through thick and thin, we remain the world's largest, stablest and least regulated economy," said Blum.