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stability

 [stah-bil´ĭ-te]
the quality of maintaining a constant character despite forces that threaten to disturb it.
emotional stability in the omaha system, reliable steadiness of temperament.

sta·bil·i·ty

(stă-bil'i-tē),
The condition of being stable or resistant to change.

stability

Pharmakokinetics
The capacity of a drug substance or a drug product to remain within specifications established to ensure its identity, strength, quality and purity throughout the retest period or expiration dating period, as appropriate.

sta·bil·i·ty

(stă-bil'i-tē)
The condition of being stable or resistant to change.

stability

the property of an object or body that determines how difficult it is to displace it to another position.

stability

condition where the line of action of body weight lies within the base of support (i.e. area beneath and between feet); the lower the centre of gravity and the larger the base of support, the greater the stability of the body; body stability is maintained by spinal reflexes

sta·bil·i·ty

(stă-bil'i-tē)
The condition of being stable or resistant to change.

stability,

n the quality of being physically or emotionally predictable, orderly, not readily moved.
stability barriers,
n.pl the specific conditions obstructing or interfering with the accessibility of services pertaining to oral health care, e.g., limited motion and assistive devices use, involuntary or abrupt movements, involuntary or violent actions potentially causing danger to the lives of the care provider and patient, and the inability of the patient to become comfortable with the space and procedures being performed.
stability, denture,
n the characteristic of a removable denture that resists forces that tend to alter the relationship between the denture base and its supporting bony foundation.
stability, dimensional,
n the property of a material that retains its size and form.
stability, emotional,
n the state of an individual that enables him or her to have appropriate feelings about common experiences and act in a rational manner.
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The Committee perceives that, with appropriate monetary policy action, the upside and downside risks to the attainment of both sustainable growth and price stability should be kept roughly equal.
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