The country's population has stabilized at 3.2 million.
The government's efforts to stabilize prices have not succeeded.
Even the administration's most vocal critics agree that the President has succeeded in stabilizing the economy.
We'll use ropes to stabilize the platform.
a process that stabilizes the vaccine
drugs that stabilize a patient's heartbeat
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Recent Examples on the WebWill that be enough to stabilize the Pac-12 and ensure its member organizations remain locked in?
oregonlive, 29 July 2022 The payouts managed to stabilize some families’ incomes and allow caregivers to spend on things such as preschool, groceries and rent.
Jennifer Brookland, Detroit Free Press, 28 July 2022 Its mandate: to stabilize global markets and keep currencies — and debts — predictable.
Abrahm Lustgarten, ProPublica, 27 July 2022 Its mandate: to stabilize global markets and keep currencies — and debts — predictable.
New York Times, 27 July 2022 Doctors drilled rods into the tibia to stabilize the area and waited for the swelling to go down before surgery.
Kevin Reynolds, The Salt Lake Tribune, 27 July 2022 Inflation in Japan is showing tentative signs of peaking as global oil prices stabilize and consumers resist price increases.
Megumi Fujikawa, WSJ, 22 July 2022 The grant money will allow the current owners, Rufus and Jill Jones, to stabilize and repair the cabin’s roof, chimney, and foundation for future use as a writing study and studio for scholars and authors.
Rachel Silva, ELLE Decor, 20 July 2022 Firms also say that due to agreements between power companies and cryptomining firms to shut off miners' power when there's a spike in energy demand on the grid, firms help to stabilize energy supply and decrease consumer costs.
Ashley Belanger, Ars Technica, 18 July 2022 See More
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