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Synonyms for stead

the function or position customarily occupied by another

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Synonyms for stead

the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another

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Jerre and Mary Joy Stead began giving to the University of Iowa more than 30 years ago, and their cumulative support totals $53.
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Stead Main was originally constructed in the early 1950 s to serve the Stead Air Force Base.
FORMER Huddersfield Town striker Jon Stead has joined Notts County.
Stead (1849 to 1912) launched the Review of Reviews in 1890, he excused his new monthly on the basis of its bibliographic function: "Of the making of magazines there is no end.
A CENTRE for people with autism which stands on the site of Redcar's old Stead hospital has completed its development.
Wirral who took the lead through a Craig Harvey penalty but on the stroke of half-time HYM equalized with a Stead penalty.
Peter Stead, 50, said he could boost the fund for Lewis Mighty, seven, whose family were trying to raise PS300,000 to get treatment in America for him.
JON STEAD believes his strike partnership with Steve Davies can help City to Championship survival.
BRISTOL CITY 2 Davies 47, Stead 90 IPSWICH 1 Murphy 30 AT ASHTON GATE FURIOUS Mick McCarthy blasted his Ipswich side after bottom club Bristol City snatched their first league win under new boss Sean O'Driscoll.
William Stead wrote a short story in which a ship sinks because of a lifeboat shortage.
The mainly three-storey home is proposed for the site of the old Stead Hospital on Kirkleatham Street, which closed two years ago after the opening of the pounds 37m Redcar Primary Care Hospital in West Dyke Road.
They satisfied a thirst for knowledge with Stead describing an editor as uncrowned king of an educated democracy.
Craig Stead, 18, who suffers from Asperger's syndrome, was jailed despite an attempt to have him put in hospital.
Loren Stead, 40, had been pulled over for speeding in the West Roxbury neighbourhood, and officers noticed that he was sweating profusely and breathing heavily.