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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - A device for making something secure and unlikely to tip over.

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  • George Osborne's idea of a fuel duty stabiliser is attracting attacks because it is fundamentally a good idea.
  • One set used a kind of stabiliser called Tween 60, which is widely used in cakes and pastries, and the other used one called Span 80.
  • That is expected to include a "stabiliser" to protect drivers from the effect of oil price rises.
  • The '' 'stabiliser' '' of an element '' x '' of '' X '' is the subset of '' G '' which fixes '' x '': for more
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