stead got a phone call from Shayegan on Feb. 10, he told The Daily Beast.
But hopefully we'll reach acceptance of the players in her stead, and eventually the tour will thrive once again.
Chinese President Hu Jintao will not attend Copenhagen; he is sending Prime Minister Wen Jiabao in his stead.
In the world of endless second chances, he will have to revive that plan or offer another one in its stead.
When Adele won Best Solo Pop Performance, Sediuk stormed the stage, attempting to accept the award in Adele's stead.
It is under such an understanding with him that I am pleading his case in his stead.
The dangerous imbecile, her son Paul I, reigned in her stead.
When, however, this face plate is removed a nut d screws on in its stead, to protect the thread on the live spindle.
Would she be hanged in his stead, or would she receive a different kind of punishment?
And Jehoshaphat the son of Asa reigned in his stead, and strengthened himself against Israel.
Old English stede "place, position, standing, delay," related to standan "to stand," from Proto-Germanic *stadiz (cf. Old Saxon stedi, Old Norse staðr, Swedish stad, Dutch stede "place," Old High German stat, German Stadt "town," Gothic staþs "place"), from PIE *stetis-, from root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Now chiefly in compounds or phrases. "The sense 'town, city' for G. Stadt is a late development from c.1200 when the term began to replace Burg" [Cambridge Dictionary of English Place-Names].