steady down

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Synonyms for steady down

become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style

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How about gassing up your '63 Mercury Cougar for half a buck a gallon at the old 76 station on Laurel Canyon and Ventura boulevards, or taking a slow walk with your steady down the boardwalk at POP - Pacific Ocean Park?
Sisk got off to a solid start, birdieing two of the first three holes, and played steady down the stretch to shoot a 2-under 68 for a four-shot victory over Dully and his record-tying sixth Mass.
Right-back Williams has been a major hit, his strong, no-nonsense style in defence helping City steady down, while O'Neil played his first full 90 minutes at Burnley in midweek.
However, Doyle helped steady Down with his third point.
Carlow struggled through the opening 20 minutes of the second half as Down moved into a 1-16 to 0-12 lead, but a Mark Carpenter goal 10 minutes from the end hauled Carlow back into contention, but it was substitute Liam Doyle who helped steady Down with his third point, having been introduced for the second half.
11) The tower she was describing is the middle-class birth and expensive education of nineteenth-century writers and their inheritors; that tower was steady down to August 1914.
It took B&S at least a quarter of the game to steady down after that, but they were losing 6-7 at half time, did not get in front until the last quarter and there were only eight minutes of proper time remaining when they scored their only try.