|stationary, statue, statute||stat.|
|(Greek Mythology) Cypriot king who fell in love with the statue he had carved of a woman (who later was brought to life by Aphrodite); play written by George Bernard Shaw (1912), Cypriot king who sculpted Galatea||Pygmalion|
|a long way, nautical mile, race over one mile, statute mile, unit of distance, unit of distance equal to 5280 feet (approximately 1609 meters); relatively great distance, unit of measurement comparable to mile||mile|
|a trademark for the golden statuette awarded annually by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to people in the film industry for achievement in the making of movies, code word for letter "O", gold statue awarded by the Academy of Motion Pict...||Oscar|
|ability of embryo to grow normally, according to the rules, government order with force of law, officially approved for use, regulating of something, rule or order, statute, law; act of controlling, management, direction; state of being controlled, sta...||regulation|
|about statues, art of making statues, of or pertaining to a statue, statues collectively; group of statues, statues considered together||statuary|
|according to a statute, legally, lawfully, in a manner regulated by a statute||statutorily|
|ambulatory, moving about, not stationary, traveling||ambulant|
|appearing stationary over point on Earth, located in a fixed position (about a high-altitude satellite that is always located in one fixed point in relation to Earth)||geostationary|
|artillery unit soldier, gunner, soldier who operates movable or stationary mounted guns||artilleryman|
|attractive in a stately way, resembling a statue||statuesque|
|authorized by a statute, permitted by law, legal; punishable according to a statute (Law), covered by statute, statutory||statutable|
|boundary marker, carved headstone, famous place or building, large stone statue or carving, memorial tribute, something that serves to commemorate (statue, etc.), memorial; statue; tombstone, worthy reminder of something||monument|
|branch of mechanics which studies stationary masses or bodies in equilibrium, mechanics of forces in equilibrium||statics|
|by means of a stroboscope (instrument used to study the motion of a body by making it appear stationary)||stroboscopically|
|caused by electrical interference, involving statics, involving stationary electric charges, motionless, stationary; unchanging; of or pertaining to static electricity; acting by weight alone (Physics), not needing to be refreshed, of forces not causin...||static|
|communications satellite in stationary orbit||Syncom|
|controlled by statute, of a statute, of or pertaining to a statute; conforming to a statute, authorized by a statute, subject to penalty||statutory|
|critical state, point of equilibrium between two states, stationary point, zero point on graph||critical point|
|dead, dormant, immobile, not dividing, reposing, relaxing, sleeping; stationary, halted||resting|
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