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Synonyms for bestride

to sit or stand with a leg on each side of

Synonyms for bestride

get up on the back of

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Also, the company's national automotive platform, BestRide and AdUs, its recently acquired digital agency in Las Vegas, will move into the Ventures unit as well.
The holy grail of democracy is now being foisted on countries that seem so unprepared for it, by naive Western leaders like Cameron who, like Blair, is desperate to bestride the world stage to create their moment in history.
AN embryonic comedy caper at the old Neptune Theatre that became a global showbiz juggernaut, naturally climaxes its pre-Christmas UK tour in Liverpool, which also provided the later Empire Theatre Internet footage that secured a BAFTA-winning TV series with four million viewers No wonder that Dublin standup Brendan O''Carroll''s Irish mammy, Agnes Brown, can now bestride the stage as a drag-inspired diva virtually equal to the retired Dame Edna Everage.
The Dons were no strangers to plundering the spoils in Glasgow from both halves of the Old Firm as Alex Ferguson assembled a side that went on to bestride both the European and the domestic game.
Three step-over platforms were designed by Troax, to bestride the conveyor to allow access to authorised staff carrying out maintenance, and incorporating sliding doors to facilitate entrance in the limited space.
Long banks of escalators and stairs bestride the chasms, and curious glass lifts that might have sprung from the imagination of Heath Robinson scuttle busily up and down.
There the proud arch, colossus-like, bestride Yon glittering stream and bound the chafing tide; Embellished villas crown the landscape scene, Farms wave with gold and orchards blush between.
Tall, lanky Hugh McNeal stretched his long legs until he stood with one foot on either side of the creek and exclaimed, "I thank God that I have lived to bestride the Missouri.
There is, of course, a third way --one already trodden by Vaughan himself, who filled a middle-order berth before creeping up the sheet and eventually proving a revelation with a series of high-class innings which at one stage saw him bestride the cricketing world as the planet's toprated batsman.
Likewise, worldviews inimical or indifferent to birth control have failed to stem its use as capitalism and democracy bestride the globe.
There are men (and women) who bestride the everyday business world like behemoths in spit-polished Kenneth Coles.
In the spring of 1990, Ocean--yes, that's his given name--had the idea for these traveling environmental troubadours while, of all things, walking the beach bestride his namesake.
When it comes to ageing, if anyone |doth bestride the narrow world like a Colossus', that person is Ken Tout.
Officials of Dellisart Lodging, a hotel ownership, management, development and acquisition group, and Bestride Holding Ltd, A Hong Kong-based company, today announced that they had formed a joint venture, Dellisart American Hotels & Resorts Ltd.
The holy grail of democracy is now being foisted on countries that seem so unprepared for it, by naive Western leaders such as Cameron, who, like Blair, is desperate to bestride the world stage to create their moment in history.