RMBRBN2F–Interior of a horse stable (Equus ferus caballus) showing boxes.
RME22JH0–Red Stable Door
RFCT2GAN–Leather horse bridles and bits hanging on wall of stable
RMP8GNA8–Neuenhagen, cat sits in the stable on a hay bale
RFFED227–Little girl with her favorite horse in the stable
RMEP111T–Horse in a stable showing shadows from the wood slats in Huntingtown, Maryland, USA
RMCN0P40–Seeley Stable Museum, Old Town San Diego
RFCXFFNT–A stone barn with a hay loft, tiled roof, and a stable door. Libardon Colunga, Spain.
RME0E5WX–Horse barn and stable, Delaware, USA
RMAM6JP3–a purebred carthusian horse in stable in andalusia
RMA28AG6–Horse stands outside small stone stable block
RMDTKPP9–A fine chestnut horse with a white stripe / blaze looking out of a stable door. UK.
RMBEX19R–The stable yard at Ogbourne Maizey in Wiltshire
RMC214D0–Animal Housing, donkey stable and cow shed Hackney City Farm London England UK
RMH47EMB–Horse in the stable door,
RMB6NPMK–door of old stable Swiss Alps Switzerland
RFF39K9D–Girl in a stable
RFB33DD3–Horses peers out of its stable.
RFCW35A0–This is an image of stable doors on a traditional Ontario stable barn.
RFDJ9PDE–Doors in horse stable
RFDHBNCF–An organic farm in the Catskills. A man walking through a stable.
RFBY0P2N–Horse's head and stable
RFBY0P2C–Two people with horse in stable
RFA1AMTF–A horse in front of two women in a stable
RMM9MCMD–Colorful door to an old stable in disrepair in northern Guatemala
RMB60X4M–Run in shed stable with 'Icelandic horses'
RMHBJP52–former LPG stable for pigs
RFDATX2C–Picture of a wooden door of a stable in the Alps
RMA0E4DR–Wooden stable block and stable yard.
RFC7E4X2–english thoroughbred horse in stable at riding school
RFA41F9J–A funny looking white horse snout close up
RMPFPG2K–Young woman wearing equestrian cross-country riding habit sitting on chestnut horse in front of stable
RFA4PN64–Horse in a stable in Crowborough West Sussex England
RM2H000JB–Early motorists purchase gasoline for their automobiles at a livery stable before 1912.
RM2J1XYJC–Pieter de Hooch. Painting entitled 'A Man with Dead Birds, and Other Figures, in a Stable' by the Dutch Golden Age painter, Pieter de Hooch (1629-1684), oil on oak, c. 1655
RMFRER2J–Paulus Potter - Figures with Horses by a Stable
RMGANMXK–Boxing - Press Conference - Frank Warren. Boxing promoter Frank Warren surrounded by boxers from his stable
RMMM0TAA–Latham's Stable. Westerly. 1870
RMKYCGM4–Horse in stable, Victorian period, hand coloured photo
RMBFB29E–Rising air under stable conditions
RMG386FX–GROOM IN STABLE
RMB1Y66W–White House stable with horses and family ponies of President Grant 1869. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBAW62C–November in the Stable
RMDYYX02–Destroyed stable in East Prussia, 1915
RM2B00WK7–Morocco/France: 'Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable'. Oil on canvas painting by Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863), 1860. Ferdinand Victor Eugène Delacroix (26 April 1798 – 13 August 1863) was a French Romantic artist regarded from the outset of his career as the leader of the French Romantic school. Delacroix's use of expressive brushstrokes and his study of the optical effects of colour profoundly shaped the work of the Impressionists, while his passion for the exotic inspired the artists of the Symbolist movement.
RMDYEFM5–16th Century Stable Doors A.D.
RMCNKARC–Three Men at Stable with Horses & Donkey
RMG58EHT–View of Cato Street, London, England in the 19th century showing the stable in which the conspirators were captured.
RMERXDM6–Peeping around the Bethlehem stable door, The Three Wise Men bearing gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh for the baby Jesus. The 5 year old Pinnell triplets from Pentwyn, Cardiff, taking part in their St Bernadette R C School Nativity play. They are Anthony (top), Richard (left) and Joseph (bottom). 15th November 1989.
RF2P8RK45–DAIRY STABLES. Stalls in a Modern Sanitary Cow Stable 1907 old antique print
RMDXFADA–Howard's Stable, Washington, Where Booth hired the horse on which he escaped. Howard's Stable, Washington, Where Booth hired the horse on which he escaped
RMD68J9Y–COME TO THE STABLE 1949 20th Century Fox film with Celeste Holm
RM2BW8M5E–A farmer feeding his horse in the stable . 1935
RMDTARTB–Graditz, Germany, horses gallop to their stable
RMD932N8–Théodore Géricault Deux chevaux de poste à la porte d'une écurie - Two post-horses at the door of a stable XIX th century 1823
RMG92J39–350,000 stable complex in the paddock area, after he officially opened it by unveiling a plaque.
RMMM3YBX–Saint Francis Stable. Assisi. 1930
RME1439D–Mar. 31, 2012 - The roe which is now in the stable of the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals at Duisburg with a splinted leg had been driven up during the night by Wilhelm Marahrena. But the man had been a friend of animals and picked up the roe put it into his car and hurried to veterinary surgeon. The doctor could splint the leg and soften the pains. The roe looks quite helpless on our picture but it is quite well
RMBB4K04–Pay-off matrix showing bourgeois, or mixed attack/retreat behaviour, as the most stable strategy for a population.
RMD86RY4–HORSES IN STABLE
RM2E6H0F8–Horse outside the stable, 1890s
RMBAW64W–Inside the Stable
RMC47MTA–Destroyed stable in East Prussia, 1915
RM2A603W2–Reconstruction of an elephant in a stable at the Tower of London. Dated 17th Century
RMG1CX7G–Reconstruction of an elephant in a stable at the Tower of London. Dated 17th Century
RMEXE5CD–Italy Piedmont Monferrato World Heritage, the Citadel - Stable Napoleonic
RFCFMJ8K–This painting, titled The inside of a Stable, is by English artist George Morland (1763-1804)and is part of the Tate Art Gallery
RM2BEH1E1–A molecular model of graphite, a mineral composed of stacked layers of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice. Graphite is considered the most stable form of carbon under standard conditions and is used in thermochemistry for defining the heat formation of carbon compounds. The Ancient Greek word for 'draw/write,' gave graphite its name for its mark-making ability and use in pencils. However graphite is also an electrical conductor and has been increasingly used to manufacture batteries.
RFC365GP–Foals and horses in the stable
RM2B89854–Huddersfield Industrial Society - An early photograph of the society's stable yard, horses and staff
RMP67P22–A view of the stable in Cato Street where the Cato St conspirators were arrested. The Cato Street Conspiracy, an attempt to murder Prime Minister Lord Liverpool, and all the British cabinet in 1820
RMEBT1KD–domestic cattle (Bos primigenius f. taurus), with cowbell, looking through a stable window, Germany
RMCWEC16–Sottrum-Fährhof, horses are led into the stable
RMH6BJPT–Come to the Stable - Movie Poster -
RMGAKXNG–Red Rum, at trainer Ginger McCain's Southport stable, where the 12 year old was enjoying his return to the quiet life after leaping into National Hunt history with a record third win in the Grand National.
RMMKJAMA–Pointers in a Stable
RME12H9N–Feb. 24, 2012 - The house looking over the stable door looks as if he would like to go for an outing too as he watches little Martin Brierley leading his pony ''Dot'' before their riding lesson. Curiy Haired Martin wind riding Trophies at the Age of Two: It's not a very long age that 2-year-old Martin Brierley learned to walk, and already he has won a couple of posettes for his performance in gymkhanas near his home at Salisbury Road, Worthing, Sussex. Cuarly haired Martin has been riding since he was 18 months old and is the youngest member of the Crawley and Horsham Branch of the Pony Club
RMM6JRJJ–Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable, Delacroix, Eugene, 1860.
RMG3B5M9–BUCKINGHAM PALACE STABLE
RM2K428MN–Men at work cleaning the stable, Italy 1920s
RMEN24M8–Stable at Cuenca 1903 John Singer Sargent
RM2DBHRTK–The 1932 photograph shows a dilapidated, abandoned stable of an old farm in Berlin at Muellerstrasse 16, behind which a more modern house and a factory chimney of the steadily growing city are already standing.
RM2A604JB–Photograph of the dormitories in the stable block at Osborne House, a junior officer training college for the Royal Navy. Dated 20th Century
RMD9BFF8–Cattle Stable, Dynasty 11, c.2009-1998 B.C. Cattle being fattened for slaughter.
RMCB9T9J–Stable door with flowers in the South of France
RMEX9K61–The Stable, a pizza restaurant at Fistral Beach in Newquay, Cornwall
RM2BEH1CW–A molecular model of graphite, a mineral composed of stacked layers of carbon atoms arranged in a honeycomb lattice. Graphite is considered the most stable form of carbon under standard conditions and is used in thermochemistry for defining the heat formation of carbon compounds. The Ancient Greek word for 'draw/write,' gave graphite its name for its mark-making ability and use in pencils. However graphite is also an electrical conductor and has been increasingly used to manufacture batteries.
RFEH0R41–Foals and horses in the stable
RM2C4R4D8–Most Ostlers learned their trade as stable boys as seen in this 19th century magazine illustration.
RMHY0J1M–Buffalo stable, ajmer, rajasthan, india, asia
RMEE3A9B–Rajasthani miniature painting from Rajasthan, India. Probably late 19th century or early 20th century. Scene outside a stable.
RMCW2FKM–Resplendent village geese on their way to the stable
RMH6BJPF–Come to the Stable - Movie Poster -
RMG4DJBJ–Image of the name plate Shergar's stable box where was taken from on Tuesday 8th February at the stud farm in Ballymany, County Kildare, Republic of Ireland. Shergar was never found and no one had been charged with the theft.
RME14267–Mar. 31, 2012 - Moo: Look who's in our beds, Chaps; Even the stable hands at Major Anthony Bramley's farm near Kidlington, Oxford, can't deny it: there's no place like foam since the cows and calves were given Foam Rubber mattresses to sleep on instead of straw. This is no be kind to our dumb friends week either; the idea is both a money and labour saver, which is just why these chaps have time to doze off now and then. The mattresses are covered in a washable hard wearing plastic, and are cheaper than continual fresh straw which is in short supply, anyway
RMMC6PA4–The Bewitched Stable Hand' - a hand-coloured woodcut print by Hans Baldung Grien, circa 1534. The hag-witch, leaning over the window-ledge, appears to have cursed the stable-hand, who lies in a stupor on the floor. Note the arms [by the fire-brand in the hand of the witch] which depicts a unicorn.
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