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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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Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce said it was an honour to be in Alice Springs to receive the airlines newest Dreamliner with Indigenous livery.
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