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|1.||'What do you mean?' she asked, stalling for time.||1|
|2.||"I see. " Lord Jonos shrugged into a brown woolen tunic with the red stallion of Bracken embroidered on the front. "Will my lord take a horn of ale?"||1|
|3.||"Magnum is the most beautiful Arabian stallion I've seen since Aramus, " says Bob Battaglia.||1|
|4.||"Magnum Psyche is the most beautiful Arabian stallion I've seen since Aramus, " says Bob Battaglia.||1|
|5.||"Of course it's cold, but you get used to it, " says Nina, a Yakut woman who spends eight hours every day standing at her stall in the fish market.||1|
|6.||23 ten head of stall-fed cattle, twenty of pasture-fed cattle and a hundred sheep and goats, as well as deer, gazelles, roebucks and choice fowl.||0|
|7.||A Bangladeshi woman gathers flower garlands on a roadside stall in Dhaka.||1|
|8.||A car may stall due to the driver braking too suddenly.||1|
|9.||A castrated stallion who has been used at stud may continue to behave like an entire, but be infertile.||1|
|10.||A few stalls stood uncovered and some brave souls made their way through the ankle-deep, mucky slush.||1|
|11.||A fortnight before Aubrey's arrival, he and Cora-Beth had watched the stallion, Warrior, cover the new roan mare.||1|
|12.||A friend and I take a stall at an indoor market once a week.||1|
|13.||a fruit and veg stall.||1|
|14.||A gargantuan Teddy boy was standing in the stalls, looking down at his feet.||1|
|15.||A geriatric truck had stalled near the highway.||1|
|16.||A group of children play on a stalled three-wheel bike on the side of the street Sunday in Manila, Philippines, where schools are all closed for the summer vacation.||1|
|17.||A harem stallion defends his mares against the attentions of other males.||1|
|18.||A heifer bellowed in her stall.||1|
|19.||A little way along there was a young man standing between two stalls with a tray suspended by a strap around his neck.||1|
|20.||A make-shift fireworks stall seems to have erupted into the street...an impromptu parking lot.||1|
|21.||A male horse is a gelding if it was castrated and a stallion if it was not.||1|
|22.||A new concern Mr Rajan expressed while talking to the FT Financial Times, was that the productivity gains that have underpinned the world economy might peter out as fresh policy reforms stall.||1|
|23.||A self-employed woman sells food at a stall in the doorway of her home, on April 15 in Caimito, Cuba.||1|
|24.||A sink, a shower stall, and a toilet in your bathroom leave but a few extra square feet to turn around.||1|
|25.||A very special example of classic horsemanship in performance is provided by the Lipizzaner, the grey-white stallions of Vienna.||1|
|26.||A wander around any market will reveal stalls piled high with vegetables.||1|
|27.||A wheelchair access lift is installed at the front of the theatre from street level to foyer stalls level.||1|
|28.||Above, an open-air room in the Shanghai market where dealers without stalls lay out their crickets for sale.||1|
|29.||After bloody battles in Virginia's wilderness, at Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor, and Sherman's march through Georgia, the war stalled in a siege of Petersburg, Virginia.||1|
|30.||All at once the car was dead quiet, because the engine had stalled out.||1|
stalls (plural noun)
- a stand, booth, or compartment for the sale of goods in a market or large covered area.
- an individual compartment for an animal in a stable or barn, enclosed on three sides.
- a fixed seat in the choir or chancel of a church, more or less enclosed at the back and sides and often canopied, typically reserved for a particular member of the clergy.
- an instance of an engine, vehicle, aircraft, or boat stalling.
stalls (third person present) · stalled (past tense) · stalled (past participle) · stalling (present participle)
- (of a motor vehicle or its engine) stop running, typically because of an overload on the engine.
- stop or cause to stop making progress.
- put or keep (an animal) in a stall, especially in order to fatten it.