Stuart

HMAS Stuart was an Australian flotilla leader destroyer of 1530 tons displacement launched in 1918. HMAS Stuart carried a complement of 183 and was powered by Yarrow small tube boilers providing a top speed of 36.5 knots. She was armed with five 4.7-inch guns; one 3-inch anti-aircraft gun; seven smaller guns and six 21-inch torpedo tubes.
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Stuart

[name] Stuart is a traditionally masculine given name as well as a surname. It is the French form of the surname Stewart. The French form of the surname was brought to Scotland from France by Mary Stuart, in the 16th century. The surname Stewart is an occupational name for the administrative official of an estate. The name is derived from t...
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Stuart

Stuart is an English name for boys. The meaning is `governor` The name Stuart is most commonly given to Scottish boys. (26 times more often than to American boys.) If it's too long you might use: Stew, Stu The name sounds like: Stratford, Struthers, Struther
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Stuart

Dynasty founded by Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. Usually refers to reigns of Charles I (reigned 1625-49) and Charles II, although James I was first Stuart king (Jacobean). Charles I was greatest collector and patron of arts in history of British monarchy. He brought Rubens (Baroque) to London and then his great pupil and rival Van Dyck, who was cour...
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Stuart

Surname of the patient in whom the Stuart or Stuart-Prower factor was first discovered. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Stuart

noun the royal family that ruled Scotland from 1371-1714 and ruled England from 1603 to 1649 and again from 1660 to 1714
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Stuart

Robertson, Stuart (revised by Frederic G. Cassidy) Prentice-Hall, Inc.; Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; 1954.
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Stuart

Stuart or Stewart,royal family that ruled Scotland and England. The Stuart lineage began in a family of hereditary stewards of Scotland, the earliest of whom was Walter (d. 1177), grandson of a Norman adventurer. Several early Stuarts were regents of Scotland, and after Robert, seventh in the heredi...
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Stuart

Type: Term Pronunciation: stū′ărt Definitions: 1. Surname of a patient in whom the Stuart or Stuart-Prower factor was first discovered.
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Stuart

Royal family that inherited the Scottish throne in 1371 and the English throne in 1603, holding it until 1714, when Queen Anne died without heirs; the house of Stuart was succeeded by the house of Hanover. The claimants to the British throne James Francis Edward Stuart (the `Old Pretender`, son of the deposed James VII of Scotland and...
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Stuart

The ruling dynasty in Scotland and England from 1603 until 1688. Following James II's deposition in 1688, the Stuarts went into exile. Their supporters were known as Jacobites.
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