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Synonyms for Stuart

United States painter best known for his portraits of George Washington (1755-1828)

a member of the royal family that ruled Scotland and England

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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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The company registered centres in Blackhall and Murrayfield in Edinburgh and Darnley in Glasgow.
Mrs Darnley, who lives in Elgin, said: "It will just be a relief when it's all over, whenever it happens.
Period costumes Emily Hume and Finlay Thomson got to dress up as Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley
Supported by Glasgow City Region City Deal investment, the plans are in place to transform Dams to Darnley Country Park, between Barrhead and Newton Mearns, into "a must-visit leisure" destination.
It means the death of Leonie Darnley, seven, remains officially unsolved.
In the last episode, Mary gave birth to the heir and the newborn was last seen in the nursery which also happened to be visited by his father, Darnley (Will Kemp).
In the Darnley Bay area of the Northwest Territories, Arctic char, Salvelinus alpinus, in particular have long provided an important subsistence resource to residents of Paulatuk, and char from two systems (the Hornaday and Brock Rivers) are thought to contribute to the coastal fishery for this species.
Inevitably, it provides a stage for the tragicomedy of Mary's six-year personal rule in Scotland, which ended with her forced abdication in 1567 after the murder of her second husband, Henry Darnley; and for the psychodrama of her long exile and captivity in England, culminating in her execution in 1587.
Fourteen people were rescued but Duncan Munro, 46, of Bishop Auckland, Co Durham, George Allison, 57, of Winchester, Hants, Sarah Darnley, 45, of Elgin, Moray, and Gary McCrossan, 59, of Inverness, Highlands, died.
Sarah Darnley, 45, was one of four passengers to die when their Super Puma helicopter plunged into the North Sea off the Shetlands after it lost power.
Aaron Darnley, chef de partie at The Queens in Belbroughton, Worcs, led the junior England team from University College Birmingham at The WACS Junior Culinary Grand Prix, where they picked up two silver medals.