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  • n. Plural form of stabile.

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Examples

  • Likely, most of us have seen monumental Calder stabiles (a sculpture that implies movement) dotting our major cities.

    Paul Klein: Calder and the Kids

  • I would take Calder's Science Fiction-ish stabiles any day over Repo Man, but it does have a great sound track.

    Arbeit Macht Frei

  • But Calder wins in the realm of what he called stabiles.

    The Chicago Picasso.

  • When he started getting commissioned to create his large mobiles and stabiles, the artist focused more on those, Ms. Adlin says.

    The Intimate Side of Alexander Calder

  • Quod ut perversi, impuri, et parum stabiles in suum detorquent exitium, ita sanctis et religiosis animabus ineffabile praestat solatium.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Mr. Chute has found you a very pretty motto: it alludes to the goats in your arms, and not a little to you; per ardua stabiles.

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 2

  • WpHG mit dem Ziel der europaweiten Verbreitung EANS-Adhoc: MPC Capital AG sichert stabiles Finanzierungsfundament - Bankenvereinbarung und Kapitalerhöhung EANS-Adhoc: MPC Capital AG secures stable funding base - Bank agreement and capital increase ots (Originaltextservice), obs (Originalbildservice), ots.

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  • Alexander Calder invented this type of art. (1 point) fiber art mobiles stabiles public art

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • Alexander Calder invented this type of art. fiber art mobiles stabiles public art

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • Alexander Calder: Color in Motion (through December 13, 2009), which includes mobiles, stabiles, jewelry, and works on paper drawn from Bay Area Collections.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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