STABLE


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AcronymDefinition
STABLESecuring the Take-Off of Building Energy Certification (Finland)
STABLEStaffing Tax Administration for Balance and Equity
STABLESediment Transport and Boundary Layer Equipment
STABLESuppression of Transient Accelerations by Levitation Evaluation (US NASA)
STABLEStatistical Application Building Environment
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Suddenly the people in the castle became broad awake, and rushed to the stable.
He then proceeded, with his usual calm gait, to the stable and went into the very midst of the soldiery, who, foreigner as he was, could not help admiring his height and the enormous strength of his great limbs.
Yes, I hear, I hear, Cap'n," said old John very deliberately, following the young master into the stable.
He did not awaken anybody, he placed his portmanteau under his arm, descended the stairs without making one of them creak and without disturbing one of the sonorous snorings in every story from the garret to the cellar, then, having saddled his horse, shut the stable and house doors, he set off, at a foot-pace, on his expedition to Bretagne.
Is it a fact that at the weights Bayard could give the other a hundred yards in five furlongs, and that the stable have put their money on him?
Every morning the woman crept to the little stable, and cried: 'Hansel, stretch out your finger that I may feel if you will soon be fat.
Already the stables were lit up like a chandelier; there was a staccato rattle of horseshoes in the stable yard, and the great gates were opening as we skimmed past in the nick of time.
He discovered that when he had married his wife- of his own free will as it had seemed to him- he had been no more free than now when they locked him up at night in a stable.
The weather looks pretty well settled (for Scotland), and there are plenty of horses in the stables.
After putting him in a stable, his new master filled his manger with straw, but Pinocchio, after tasting a mouthful, spat it out.
Now, though the said chicken was then at roost in the stable, and required the several ceremonies of catching, killing, and picking, before it was brought to the gridiron, my landlady would nevertheless have undertaken to do all within the time; but the guest, being unfortunately admitted behind the scenes, must have been witness to the
The stable operated the stage and carried the mails between Carmel and Monterey.