The St. Louis Fed has a chart showing that the average duration of unemployment seems to be stabilizing at around 40 weeks.
Four stabilizing wires were staked around the tree as a precaution against it ever being toppled again.
Looking back at the 20th century, nuclear advocates argue that the deterrent of the bomb had a stabilizing effect.
Or he might recognize that stabilizing Afghanistan could be his great contribution to America and the world.
Without us, that leaves Turkey in the leadership role for dealing with the conflict and stabilizing the region.
The work is shown passing beneath an old timber-crib bulkhead, used for stabilizing the shoreline.
Maybe he didn't let his stabilizing rotors have time to lock in.
It had backward sloping wings which performed the function of a stabilizing tail.
stabilizing shaft, repeated Andy, memorizing, and the name of the airship painted on that big paddle is the Eagle.
In this way, the rivalry motive plays a useful part in the progress and stabilizing of science.
stabilize sta·bi·lize (stā'bə-līz')
v. sta·bi·lized, sta·bi·liz·ing, sta·bi·liz·es
To bring to or reach a stable or steadfast state.