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  • noun Plural form of stablemate.

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Examples

  • Brazil will be one of the few big economies that will pick up steam this year, outshining slower Latin American stablemates Mexico and Argentina.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Brazil will be one of the few big economies that will pick up steam this year, outshining slower Latin American stablemates Mexico and Argentina.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Brazil will be one of the few big economies that will pick up steam this year, outshining slower Latin American stablemates Mexico and Argentina.

    Reuters: Top News

  • Healy fights a lot like the rest of his Team Quest stablemates, which is to say that he's tough as nails.

    FOXSports.com News

  • Ainslie's Skandia Team GBR stablemates are also impressing in the Finn class, with the European champion Giles Scott second in the standings and defending world champion Ed Wright equal third with two days of competition left.

    Sport news in brief

  • Another of his stablemates, The Nightingale, now staring out from a box opposite Kauto Star's, has been the best-backed outsider for today.

    Paul Nicholls has Kauto Star ready for historic King George Chase bid

  • Peirce tells Comic Riffs he looks forward to his new creative stablemates.

    BIG NEWS: United Media to outsource syndication to Universal Uclick [UPDATED]

  • Trinity Mirror owns over 200 papers including the Daily Mirror and its two national stablemates, the Sunday Mirror and the People.previous comments about the dark arts of Fleet Street, made in print and on the airwaves, have been recycled in recent weeks as claims emerged that phone hacking was not restricted to the News of the World.

    Heather Mills claims Mirror Group journalist admitted hacking her phone

  • By then, members of the public had began to phone the News of the World new offices in London to register their disgust at its actions, a small number of people had cancelled subscriptions to the Times and the Sunday Times, the paper's stablemates, and advertisers and readers were being urged to boycott the paper.

    Warm glow of BSkyB deal subsides as Brooks feels chill wind of reality

  • Nicholls said he could not choose between the prospects of the pair, who could be joined by stablemates Neptune Collonges and What A Friend in the race.

    Ruby Walsh's imminent return boosts Paul Nicholls' Cheltenham plans

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