Stab-11



[“The Translation and Interpretation of STAB-11”, A.J.T. Colin et al, Soft Prac & Exp 5(2):123-138, Apr 1975].
(1996-08-25)

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    [stah-baht mah-ter, stey-bat mey-ter] /ˈstɑ bɑt ˈmɑ tɛr, ˈsteɪ bæt ˈmeɪ tər/ noun 1. (italics) a Latin hymn, composed in the 13th century, commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the Cross. 2. a musical setting for this. Stabat Mater /ˈstɑːbæt ˈmɑːtə/ noun 1. (RC Church) a Latin hymn, probably of the 13th century, […]

  • Stabbing

    adjective 1. penetrating; piercing: a stabbing pain. 2. emotionally wounding: a stabbing remark. 3. incisive or trenchant: a stabbing, satirical phrase. verb (used with object), stabbed, stabbing. 1. to pierce or wound with or as if with a pointed weapon: She stabbed a piece of chicken with her fork. 2. to thrust, plunge, or jab […]



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    stab cell n. See band cell.

  • Stab culture

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