Steed

Steed is a working animal used as a mount (especially for warfare). Steed may also refer to:

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Steed-Kisker Culture
... The Steed-Kisker culture is a cultural phase (name that archaeologists give to a group of culturally similar peoples) that is part of the larger Central Plains Tradition of prehistoric people ... Other sites with Steed-Kisker occupations include the Crabtree Site (23CL164), the Katz Site (23CL163) and the Steed-Kisker Site for which the culture is ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: V - Valinor
... Further reading Valinor is the Black Knight's steed in the Marvel Comics universe ... He serves as a steed of the Black Knight after he had given his previous steed Aragorn to the Valkyrie, and the Blood Wraith in battle against the Black Knight and the Avengers ...
The Illusion (band) - Album Discography
... The Illusion (Steed Records, 1969) U.S. 69 Together (As a Way of Life) (Steed, 1969) If It's So (Steed, 1970) (Steed, 1970) The Lost Live Tapes (ChuckAlder.com, 2010) ...
The Human Comedy (film) - Cast
... as Willie Grogan James Craig as Tom Spangler Marsha Hunt as Diana Steed Fay Bainter as Mrs ... Rose Sandoval Mary Nash as Miss Hicks Henry O'Neill as Charles Steed Katharine Alexander as Mrs ... Steed Alan Baxter as Brad Stickman Darryl Hickman as Lionel Barry Nelson as Norman Rita Quigley as Helen Eliot Clem Bevans as Henderson Adeline De Walt Reynolds as Librarian Don DeFore as ...
Michael Steed
... Michael Steed is a British psephologist, political scientist, broadcaster, activist and Liberal Democrat politician ... From 1963 to 1965 Steed undertook postgraduate research at Nuffield College, Oxford, under Dr David Butler ... Steed was to develop a more complex formula for calculating swing, sometimes known among psephologists as "Steed swing" to differentiate it from "Butler swing" ...

Famous quotes containing the word steed:

    “Here is the steed that saved the day,
    By carrying Sheridan into the fight,
    From Winchester, twenty miles away!”
    Thomas Buchanan Read (1822–1872)

    The steed bit his master;
    How came this to pass?
    He heard the good pastor
    Cry, ‘All flesh is grass.’
    —Unknown. On a Clergyman’s Horse Biting Him (l. 1–4)

    Farewell the neighing steed and the shrill trump,
    The spirit-stirring drum, th’ ear-piercing fife,
    The royal banner and all quality,
    Pride, pomp, and circumstance of glorious war!
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)