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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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The Steads serve as campaign co-chairs for UI Health Care in For Iowa.
2, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In honor of Jerre and Mary Joy Stead, and their extraordinary commitment to children's medicine at the University of Iowa, the University of Iowa requested that the Board of Regents, State of Iowa approve the university's request to rename UI Children's Hospital the "Stead Family University of Iowa Children's Hospital.
The diffusion of Steads ensured that he always seemed to be speaking from somewhere regardless of the periodicity of any particular publication.
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.
Young Bulls Lim 645, 600, 565, 500 Trewhitt Steads, 502, 470 West Rennington, Blonde 520, 510 (2), 480 Newonstead, Sim 342 Wisplaw.
JON STEAD has been a breath of Pennine fresh air for Blackburn this season.
Former Huddersfield striker Stead is a shining example of a player joining his local club at youth level and making good, bringing much-needed funds into the Nationwide.
John Stead, 37, stood up and stared across the courtroom at Alan Steel, 26, as he was led from the dock.
The smash happened on St Luke's Road, Ford Estate, Sunderland, where Mrs Stead was standing with the children.
Mr Stead left the umbilical cord attached to Jack, the first home birth in the village for 60 years, until the placenta came away.