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stable factor

[′stā·bəl ′fak·tər]
(biochemistry)
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Here, the time stable factor is defined as the ratio of [DELTA][[THETA].sub.t] and [[THETA]'.sub.t] at time t:
A stable factor in her life is boyfriend club-owner Tony Hibberd.
Mr Bell said youngsters with 'disrupted or dishevelled' lives often found school to be the most stable factor.
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Danny's warm relationship with Sam remains the only relatively stable factor in his life until Anya resurfaces to reinstall chaos.
The first rather stable factor is that the United States is made up of a large number of cities, towns, and hamlets, with untold numbers of barrios, communities, and villages.
He told the President of the National Resistance Council of East Timor Xanana Gusmao and Portuguese Prime Minister Ant[cent]nio Guterres that the Commission wanted to see the former Portuguese colony become a viable country, integrated into the regional economy and a stable factor in the region.