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First published 2001 (DOST Vol. IX).

Stablisit, -eist, -esched, ppl. adj. [e.m.E. stablysshed; Stablis v.1] Established, firmly in place. — 1561 St. A. Kirk S. 76.
The stablesched authoritie
a1586 Lindsay MS 65.
He hes ane stablisit ordour samekill noble chevelry that [etc.]
1562-92 Wode's Psalter (Tenor) 137.
It wes thought gude maister Knox to be stableist minister in Edinburgh

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