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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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Just ask Jose Mourinho after Stead smashed in Bradford's opener when they came from 2-0 down to win 4-2 at Champions-elect Chelsea in 2015.
Daniel Mould, wearing a mask and gloves to conceal his identity, savagely attacked Mr Stead and continued even after Leanne Mould begged him to stop.
The judge said at some point Young joined the other two, having previously himself had a confrontation with Mr Stead, who may have believed Young and Leanne Mould had been intimate.
In the first game of the third set, Stead raced into a 6-0 lead with Krischke making a number of unforced errors.
Stead said in that process a couple years ago, Bouchard was a consultant involved more in landfill operations.
JE Stead was a doctor in Metallurgy who came to Redcar from Northumberland to work with Bolckow and Vaughan, becoming president of the iron and steel industry.
This is also a book that embraces imperfections: Stead tells readers he once spilled paint at Barbara's house and left "a big blue blob on the sidewalk.
In his foreword, Roy Greenslade notes that profiles of Stead range from honorable crusader to scandal reporter.
Throughout his career, Stead experimented with different publication modes in an attempt to manage the flow of seriality.
HYM came back with another Stead penalty and in the 67th minute they were awarded a penalty try duly converted by Stead to give HYM a 11-13 lead.
I'm angry, livid and devastated," said McCarthy (below) after former Town striker Jon Stead netted a late winner.
Now a letter written by Stead to a friend from the Titanic on the ship's notepaper is to be auctioned.
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.