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  • 101C. K. Stead — Christian Karlson Stead ONZ (* 17. Oktober 1932 in Auckland) ist ein neuseeländischer Schriftsteller, Literaturwissenschaftler und Herausgeber. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 2 Werke (Auswahl) 3 Weblinks …

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  • 102Christina Stead — Christina Ellen Stead (* 17. Juli 1902 in Rockdale, New South Wales; † 31. März 1983 in Sydney) war eine australische Schriftstellerin. Stead war ausgebildete Lehrerin und lebte von 1928 74 in den USA und Europa. Thema ihrer Romane und… …

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  • 103stand in good stead —    If something will stand you in good stead, it will probably be advantageous in the future.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    To say that a skill, an ability or previous experience will stand you in good stead means that it will be… …

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  • 104stand someone in good stead — stand (someone) in good stead if an experience, a skill, or a qualification will stand you in good stead, it will be useful in the future. She hoped that being editor of the school magazine would stand her in good stead for a career in journalism …

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  • 105stand in good stead — stand (someone) in good stead if an experience, a skill, or a qualification will stand you in good stead, it will be useful in the future. She hoped that being editor of the school magazine would stand her in good stead for a career in journalism …

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  • 106do something in someone's stead — do something in someone’s stead formal phrase to do something that someone else usually does or was going to do She offered to go in his stead. Thesaurus: to replace, or to be replacedsynonym Main entry: stead …

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  • 107put someone in good stead — stand/put/hold/someone in good stead phrase to be useful or helpful to someone It’s a useful experience which will stand you in good stead later in life. Thesaurus: to help someonesynonym Main entry …

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  • 108hold someone in good stead — stand/put/hold/someone in good stead phrase to be useful or helpful to someone It’s a useful experience which will stand you in good stead later in life. Thesaurus: to help someonesynonym Main entry …

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  • 109un|stead´fast|ness — un|stead|fast «uhn STEHD fast, fahst», adjective. 1. not steadfast; not firmly fixed. 2. not firm, as in purpose, resolution, or faith; inconstant; irresolute. –un|stead´fast|ly, adverb. –un|stead´fast|ness, noun …

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  • 110un|stead´fast|ly — un|stead|fast «uhn STEHD fast, fahst», adjective. 1. not steadfast; not firmly fixed. 2. not firm, as in purpose, resolution, or faith; inconstant; irresolute. –un|stead´fast|ly, adverb. –un|stead´fast|ness, noun …

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  • 111un|stead|fast — «uhn STEHD fast, fahst», adjective. 1. not steadfast; not firmly fixed. 2. not firm, as in purpose, resolution, or faith; inconstant; irresolute. –un|stead´fast|ly, adverb. –un|stead´fast|ness, noun …

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  • 112stand one in good stead — {v. phr.} To be helpful or useful to. * /A boy scout knife will stand you in good stead when you do not have other tools./ * /Julia knew how to typewrite, and that stood her in good stead when she looked for a job./ …

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  • 113stand one in good stead — {v. phr.} To be helpful or useful to. * /A boy scout knife will stand you in good stead when you do not have other tools./ * /Julia knew how to typewrite, and that stood her in good stead when she looked for a job./ …

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  • 114Course v. Stead — Supreme Court of the United States Full case name Course v. Stead Holding …

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  • 115Hill-Stead Museum — Das Gebäude von der Westseite gesehen Das Hill Stead Museum, häufig auch nur Hill Stead genannt, ist ein im Stil des Colonial Revival errichtetes Gebäude in Farmington, Connecticut. Heute dient das 1991 in die Liste der National Historic… …

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  • 116stand\ in\ good\ stead — v. phr. To be helpful or useful to. A boy scout knife will stand you in good stead when you do not have other tools. Julia knew how to typewrite, and that stood her in good stead when she looked for a job …

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  • 117stand\ one\ in\ good\ stead — v. phr. To be helpful or useful to. A boy scout knife will stand you in good stead when you do not have other tools. Julia knew how to typewrite, and that stood her in good stead when she looked for a job …

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  • 118in someone's stead — in (someone s/something s) stead in the place of someone or something else. We gave Mr. Neil a power of attorney to deal with the landlord in our stead while we were out of the country …

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  • 119in something's stead — in (someone s/something s) stead in the place of someone or something else. We gave Mr. Neil a power of attorney to deal with the landlord in our stead while we were out of the country …

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  • 120in stead — in (someone s/something s) stead in the place of someone or something else. We gave Mr. Neil a power of attorney to deal with the landlord in our stead while we were out of the country …

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