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Stu·art

(stū'ărt),
Surname of a patient in whom the Stuart or Stuart-Prower factor was first discovered.

Stuart,

surname of the patient in which factor was first discovered.
Stuart factor - Synonym(s): Stuart-Prower factor
Stuart-Prower factor - factor X. Synonym(s): Stuart factor
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Sophie Leigh, aged 11, listening at Murray Downs Station 250 miles north- east of Alice Springs, then told the Queen how she uses a home computer and surfs the Internet.
It also notes that the Gallery project addresses the current absence of a national institution to celebrate Aboriginal art and culture and that Mparntwe (Alice Springs) has a strong claim to host the Gallery on historic, geographic and artistic grounds.
Papunya plays both its home and away matches in Alice Springs; its football team travels almost 500 kilometres to and from matches over some of the worst roads in Australia.
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Despite Graeme Swann's 4-56 and fellow tweaker Monty Panesar 3-41, another inept performance from the tourists' pacemen was the talking point of their 42-run first-innings loss which finally petered out into a draw in Alice Springs a week after a humbling defeat in the first Ashes Test.
Average temperatures in Alice Springs at that time of year hover around 35 degrees, meaning England's players will be battling the elements when they take on the Chairman's XI four days after the completion of the first Test.
"Alice Springs, set against the backdrop of the MacDonnell Ranges, is an iconic part of our great country and an ideal setting for the game."
It turns out that Alice Springs ("Alice," to its friends) really is a lesbian oasis in the middle of the desert outback.
This paper describes a project which is recording ordinary life in Alice Springs during the second half of the last century.
By mid-September, Alice Springs Airport in the Northern Territory was expecting to receive around 28% of its total power requirement from the sun following the commissioning of a 235kW solar power station using new concentrator photovoltaic (CPV) technology.
Thanks for giving some national exposure in the last edition to the passionate campaign by Alice Springs residents to stop the Angela Pamela uranium mine.
The final caller to the studio suggested "Alice Springs" - but this was incorrect.

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