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- n. Plural form of stall.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stall.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a farm building for housing horses or other livestock
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It's the story of an author who writes sensitive, issue-based fiction for children, but when his career stalls is bullied by his agent into attempting a "sword and sorcery" fantasy.
But when you have Repugs wearing diapers and toe-tapping in stalls and sleeping with underlings wives, I guess even young people know hypocricy when they see it.
Get the last word I know you want to your kickin stalls and chompin at the bit too so go for it.
The market, which I had expected to be open stalls, is instead a gallery of shops where artisans make their jewelry in full view and glass cases filled with exquisite pieces make it hard to make up one's mind.
Just so, horses stay in stalls, pigs stay in pens and for the sake of education and conservation some wild animal specimens stay in zoos.
Now, I do barn chores - mucking stalls is amazingly good for clearing my head.
I found four toilets in stalls built side by side, and yes, they did have running water.
Across the road from the embankment electric lights shone on melons and other fruit in stalls: a refreshing night scene, after the glare and colorlessness of the day.
Above the road the wooded slopes rose interminably and here and there we came on tiers of mules, three or four hundred together, stabled under the trees, in stalls dug out of different levels of the slope.
His face was familiar to the keepers of certain stalls near to where Covent Garden market now stands.
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