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  • 41stead — sted n. place or position commonly occupied by a person or thing …

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  • 43stead — n. [Written also Sted] Place, room …

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  • 44stead of — preposition Etymology: by shortening chiefly dialect : instead of …

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  • 47stead´fast|ness — stead|fast «STEHD fast, fahst, fuhst», adjective. 1. loyal; unwavering; not changing; firm of purpose: »Benjamin Franklin was a steadfast servant of his country. SYNONYM(S): unswerving. 2. firmly fixed; not moving: »a steadfast gaze. By its own… …

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  • 48stead´fast|ly — stead|fast «STEHD fast, fahst, fuhst», adjective. 1. loyal; unwavering; not changing; firm of purpose: »Benjamin Franklin was a steadfast servant of his country. SYNONYM(S): unswerving. 2. firmly fixed; not moving: »a steadfast gaze. By its own… …

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  • 49stead|fast — «STEHD fast, fahst, fuhst», adjective. 1. loyal; unwavering; not changing; firm of purpose: »Benjamin Franklin was a steadfast servant of his country. SYNONYM(S): unswerving. 2. firmly fixed; not moving: »a steadfast gaze. By its own weight made… …

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  • 50stead|ing — «STEHD ihng», noun. Scottish. a farmhouse and outbuildings. ╂[< stead a farm + ing1] …

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  • 51Stead's brittleness — Stead s brittleness. См. Хрупкость. (Источник: «Металлы и сплавы. Справочник.» Под редакцией Ю.П. Солнцева; НПО Профессионал , НПО Мир и семья ; Санкт Петербург, 2003 г.) …

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  • 52stead|i|ness — «STEHD ee nihs», noun. steady character, quality, or condition; firmness: »It will be your duty…to set an example of discipline and perfect steadiness under fire (Horatio H. Kitchener) …

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  • 53stead|y-go|ing — «STEHD ee GOH ihng», adjective. steady in action, habits, or purpose …

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  • 54stead|y-stat|er — «STEHD ee STAY tuhr», noun. a supporter of the steady state theory …

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  • 55Stead, Christina — ▪ Australian author in full  Christina Ellen Stead  born July 17, 1902, Rockdale, Sydney, Australia died March 31, 1983, Sydney       Australian novelist known for her political insights and firmly controlled but highly individual style.… …

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  • 56Stead, William Thomas — ▪ British journalist born , July 5, 1849, Embleton, Northumberland, Eng. died April 15, 1912, at sea, North Atlantic  British journalist, editor, and publisher who founded the noted periodical Review of Reviews (1890).       Stead was educated at …

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  • 57stead|y-state — steady state, Physics. the condition in which all or most changes or disturbances have been eliminated from a system: »We see examples of the steady state in the equilibrium phase of chemical reactions…and in the “balance of nature” (Emilio Q.… …

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  • 58Stead, Christina (Ellen) — born July 17, 1902, Rockdale, Sydney, Austl. died March 31, 1983, Sydney Australian novelist. She traveled widely and at various times lived in London, Paris, and the U.S., where in the early 1940s she worked as a screenwriter for MGM. She… …

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  • 59Stead, Christina (Ellen) — (17 jul. 1902, Rockdale, Sydney, Australia–31 mar. 1983, Sydney). Novelista australiana. Viajó por todo el mundo y vivió, en distintos períodos, en Londres, París y EE.UU., donde se desempeñó como guionista para los estudios MGM a inicios de la… …

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