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Stead

Christina (Ellen). 1902--83, Australian novelist. Her works include Seven Poor Men of Sydney (1934), The Man who Loved Children (1940), and Cotters' England (1966)
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Stead struck for the sixth successive game in 2018 in League Two County's draw against the Premier League's basement side.
Leanne Mould had earlier plotted to have estranged boyfriend and father of her child, Michael Stead, beaten up after they fell out.
In the Woodfield Park team were Keith Skarz (Handicap 7), Darren Lindley (0) and Frazer Krischke (13), with Marsh Con represented by Ian Tweedale (4), David Wood (8) and Tony Stead (8).
He resigned three weeks ago," county Administrative Officer Jon Stead said.
IN Kirkleatham Street, Coatham, a Victorian villa by the name of "Everdon" was the former home of John Edward Stead.
Dry on story ideas, Stead goes for a walk with his dog.
Stead is no stranger to students of British press history, but this volume provides new perspectives on his career.
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.
Wirral who took the lead through a Craig Harvey penalty but on the stroke of half-time HYM equalized with a Stead penalty.
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.