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Stall, vb. 1) to keep in a stall or stable: “differs not from the --ing of an ox,” As I, 1, 11.
2) to place as in a stall; to fix or fasten so as to prevent escape; to secure: “the steed is --ed up,” Ven. 39. “and --ed the deer that thou shouldst strike,” Pilgr. 300. Metaphorically, == to keep close: “s. this in your bosom,” All's I, 3, 131.
3) to install, to invest: “decked in thy rights, as thou art --ed in mine,” R3 I, 3, 206.
4) to dwell, to live as in a common stall: “we could not s. together in the whole world,” Ant. V, 1, 39.
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