Charles Stuart

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Charles Stuart

son of James I who was King of England and Scotland and Ireland

References in periodicals archive ?
SERVICES TO OFFICIATING Keith Willshire with Charles Stuart (Middlesbrough Mandale) runner-up Keith is a member of Blyth Running Club and acts as a coach, an official and is a highly versatile general dogsbody who turns his talents to a variety of tasks as and when required.
Rene Girard and Secular Modernity: Christ, Culture, and Crisis" by Scott Cowdell (Associate Professor and Research Fellow in Public and Contextual Theology of Charles Stuart University, Canberra, Australia) is a 248 page compendium comprising an insightful and systematic interpretation of Rene Girard's controversial approach to secular modernity.
The three editors are philosophers affiliated with Charles Stuart U.
May 25-29 For just 70 hours in 1651, Moseley Old Hall protected the future King of England, Charles Stuart, from discovery by Parliament soldiers.
Virgin America First Class Meal The airlines are serving more meals and offering healthier and higher-quality food choices than last year, says Charles Stuart Platkin, an assistant professor at CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College in New York who's assessed airline food's nutritional value in seven annual surveys.
It saw the apocalyptic catastrophe of the 30 Years War on the continent and the beheading of King Charles Stuart in England.
1746: The army of Charles Stuart, 'Bonnie Prince Charlie', mainly composed of Highland clansmen with some Lowland Scots and French troops, was routed by English, Lowland Scots and Hessian forces under the Duke of Cumberland at the Battle of Culloden, effectively ending the Jacobite rebellion.
Her grandfather, Charles Stuart Cotton, was the sheriff of the district for more than twenty years and her father, William Ulric Cotton, was not only a lawyer, but owner and editor of the local newspaper, the Cowansville Observer.
15) The second obstacle was an existing verbal request to acquire Canova's statue for the British government from the British ambassador to Paris, Sir Charles Stuart (1779-1845; Fig.
Coco shot to fame after agent Charles Stuart saw her taking part in an Irish dance competition when she was 14.
Similarly, there is no consensus regarding the character of Charles Stuart.
These years of political crisis in Europe are dominated by the unfolding of what would become the Thirty Years War (1618-48), and sharpened by the more immediate marital concerns of his surviving children, Elizabeth and Charles Stuart, in the first half of the 1620s.
The company also announced the appointment of Charles Stuart as the unit's executive vice president and director of sales.
Parliament's brief to end impunity was sent to a barrister at Gray's Inn, John Cooke, who prosecuted Charles Stuart as 'the occasioner, author and continuer' of the civil wars, 'a tyrant, traitor, murderer and a public and implacable enemy to the commonwealth of England'.
The rock star will join only a chosen few to be immortalised in Dublin which includes politicians Charles Stuart Parnell and Daniel O'Connell, poet Patrick Kavanagh and writers James Joyce and Oscar Wilde.