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River Class Destroyer Escort - Operational History
... During 1967 and 1968, Stuart and Yarra were used to escort the troop transport HMAS Sydney on voyages to Vietnam ... Stuart and Derwent underwent similar modernisations between 1979 and 1985 ... At the start of 1984, Stuart became the first RAN vessel permanently assigned to HMAS Stirling, the new base in Western Australia ...
Stuart - Other
... St Thomas University in Miami, Florida Stuart period, a historical era in Britain coinciding with the rule of the Stuart dynasty Kerr Stuart, English railway locomotive manufacturer Stuart tank ... Stuart HMAS Stuart, several ships of the Royal Australian Navy ...
Jamie Clarke (Neighbours) - Storylines
... Stuart Parker (Blair McDonough) befriends Jamie after catching him trying to steal from the caravan park where he is staying ... Stuart introduces Jamie to Karl and Susan Kennedy who are now living in Jamie's old home and they tell him they have been trying to contact him regarding shares Daphne ... Jamie finds Stuart's picture on the front of the Erinsborough News labelling him the ring-leader of Life Mechanics, a scam perpetrated by Jonathan Verne (Oscar Redding) ...
Vivian Stuart
... Vivian Stuart, née Violet Vivian Finlay (born 2 January 1914 in Rangoon, Burma – d ... under different pen names she signed her romance novels as Vivian Stuart, Alex Stuart, Barbara Allen, Fiona Finlay, and Robyn Stuart, she signed her military sagas as V.A ... Stuart, and she signed her historical fiction series as William Stuart Long ...
Stuart Range
... The Stuart Range is a mountain range in central Washington, USA ... The south face of the Stuart Range falls off steeply to Ingalls Creek, beyond which rise the roughly parallel Wenatchee Mountains ...

Famous quotes containing the word stuart:

    Sometimes nothing can be a real cool hand.
    Donn Pierce, U.S. screenwriter, Frank R. Pierson, and Stuart Rosenberg. Luke Jackson (Paul Newman)

    A good short story is a work of art which daunts us in proportion to its brevity.... No inspiration is too noble for it; no amount of hard work is too severe for it.
    —Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)

    I read, with a kind of hopeless envy, histories and legends of people of our craft who “do not write for money.” It must be a pleasant experience to be able to cultivate so delicate a class of motives for the privilege of doing one’s best to express one’s thoughts to people who care for them. Personally, I have yet to breathe the ether of such a transcendent sphere. I am proud to say that I have always been a working woman, and always had to be ...
    —Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)