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The adjective form of not stable is indeed unstable. But the noun form, not having stability, is instability.
Anonymous:Newsflash, the rest of the world doesn't speak American english. Instable comes from the queens english which you americans need to adopt back into your hacked vocabulary
Forgive me for saying so, but that sounds a tad harsh..
I bet the Queen is careful with capital letters and punctuation.
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