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steady

Nautical (of a vessel) keeping upright, as in heavy seas
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Chris Standhardinger, the 6-8 Fil-German who was the steadiest among the three Gilas centers, missed the Lebanon game as he flew to Kuala Lumpur to join another Gilas squad scheduled to open defense of its Southeast Games title also late Sunday.
It's been on the survey for 28 weeks, making it the fifth steadiest ascent to the top spot in the chart's 21-year history.
Perhaps the two steadiest age-group players in Toledo over the last decade, both in terms of play and title production, have proven practically unbeatable as a team.
Loose Women's steadiest anchor Andrea McLean reacting to Britt Ekland's spliffsmoking anecdote on Thursday's show: "As a programme we don't condone drug usage.
KFIA is the third busiest airport in Saudi Arabia and shows the steadiest growth in private and business aviation.
Even those of us in the steadiest of jobs are just one or two missed paychecks away from the breadline.
Indian star player Shiv Kapur, buoyed up by his best ever 87th finish on the European Tour last year, put together his steadiest game and secured the best aggregate for first two days in the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters on Thursday.
USPRwire, Wed Nov 19 2014] By growing 4% in total volume terms, sales of beer are now back to pre-crisis/2009 volume levels, and the overall recovery of the beer category has been the steadiest among the alcoholic drinks categories.
com) NOT got the steadiest of hands when it comes to eye make-up?
We have realized that these exchanges are the most effective and steadiest means to promote mutual understanding, friendship and solidarity," he underlined.
Deceased was of most temperate habits and, in fact, among the steadiest of artists in Liverpool.
Credibility he noted, is the steadiest ally for small states that seek to play a stabilizing role in sensitive areas such as ours.