If there's a stationary point you could tie on to, all the better.
The re-export trade is stationary and extremely small.
In the Venetian districts the farmers often have small stationary flocks.
The stationary wave method regards the vibration in the pipe as due to a series of waves travelling to the end and being there reflected back down the pipe.
Snakes are the most stationary of all vertebrates; as long as a locality affords them food and shelter they have no inducement to change it.
Both branches, although enriched by new facts, remained stationary so far as method is concerned until nearly the end of the 18th century.
The population, which was almost stationary through much of the century, was about 20,000 in the years immediately before the War of Independence.
Much work was done in organizing the area and its communications and landing places, but the tactical situation at Helles remained stationary for the rest of the month.
About this date the output of alcohol in Germany and its use in stationary internal-combustion engines increased rapidly.
The stationary wave system adjusts itself so that its motion agrees with that of the sounder, which is therefore not exactly at a node.
The Council had a scheme of bringing water to London from Wales, in view of increasing demands on a stationary supply.
Population was practically stationary for centuries owing to pestilences and the large proportion of deaths among infants.
Both exports and imports are about stationary, the Angora railway having neutralized any tendency to rise.
Moreover, the stationary habit of plants, and the almost total absence of locomotion, makes it impossible for them to seek their food.
The played bowl must itself run into the ditch without touching either of the stationary bowls.