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Synonyms for Stewart

United States film actor who portrayed incorruptible but modest heros (1908-1997)

Scottish philosopher and follower of Thomas Reid (1753-1828)

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Soon after this, my companion in captivity, John Stewart, was killed by the savages, and the man that came with my brother returned home by himself.
In the eyes of her father, Carla Babayan Stewart was always his beautiful daughter with an infectious smile.
Patrick Stewart died in combat in Afghanistan, it was a life-shattering experience for his wife Roberta and the Stewart family.
Stewart had been an accountant with WNYC--New York City's public radio station--for nine years.
Hunched over, cushioned by a nine-to-five chair, Earl Stewart brings to mind an African warrior in the eve of his last battle.
ON MAY 17, 2004, the left-wing lawyer Lynne Stewart will go on trial in New York for allegedly helping a convicted terrorist leader direct jihad operations from inside a federal prison.
Although long regarded as a pariah by the medical/scientific establishment for her controversial views on radiation effects, Stewart became known to many as a visionary who worked indefatigably to advance the understanding of radiation health effects and cancer etiology.
Janet Stewart, a lecturer in German at the University of Aberdeen, has undertaken a painstaking summary of Loos literary discourse.
Daniel Stewart took many detours on his way to becoming a gay Republican mayor
On the one hand, Stanley Stewart proposes a labyrinthine "metacritical study" (13) of recent works on canonical figures of early modern English literature (Spenser, Shakespeare, Donne and Herbert).
Morris, president and CEO of Stewart Title Guaranty (NYSE: STC), has announced that thousands of Realtors in franchise and independent real estate offices throughout the United States have registered with Realtor Search since the program's inception in September 1997.
When Seattle's Pacific Northwest Ballet made its splashy return to New York City in the fall of 1996, Manard' Stewart had no idea he would dance thirty ballets in two weeks.
Stewart has given consulting a new twist by signing up clients he may never speak with.
Doreen," as investigators dubbed the unfortunate woman, apparently died violently in a sudden, catastrophic earthquake that devastated Dor and left it vulnerable to David's army, asserts archaeologist Andrew Stewart of the University of California, Berkeley.
Stewart Title, a leading real estate information and transaction management company, has made a sizable deposit with Legacy Bank of Milwaukee.