Also, Stuart. Darnley, Lord Henry.
[doo-guh ld,, dyoo-] /ˈdu gəld,, ˈdyu-/ (Show IPA), 1753–1828, Scottish philosopher.
James Maitland (“Jimmy”) 1908–97, U.S. actor.
Potter, 1915–85, U.S. jurist: associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court 1958–81.
a river in central Yukon Territory, Canada, flowing from the Mackenzie Mountains W to the Yukon River. 331 miles (533 km) long.
a male given name.
the usual spelling for the royal house of Stuart before the reign of Mary Queen of Scots (Mary Stuart)
Sir Jackie, full name John Young Stewart. born 1939, Scottish motor-racing driver: world champion 1969, 1971, and 1973
James (Maitland). 1908–97, US film actor, known for his distinctive drawl; appeared in many films including Destry Rides Again (1939), It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), The Glenn Miller Story (1953), and Vertigo (1958)
Rod. born 1945, British rock singer: vocalist with the Faces (1969–75). His albums include Gasoline Alley (1970), Every Picture Tells a Story (1971), and Atlantic Crossing (1975)
- Stewart-holmes sign
Stewart-Holmes sign Stew·art-Holmes sign (stōō’ərt-, styōō’-) n. A sign that occurs in conditions of cerebellar deficit in which the individual is unable to check a movement when passive resistance is suddenly released. Also called rebound phenomenon.
noun 1. one of the islands of New Zealand, S of South Island. 670 sq. mi. (1735 sq. km). Stewart Island noun 1. the third largest island of New Zealand, in the SW Pacific off the S tip of South Island. Pop: 387 (2001). Area: 1735 sq km (670 sq miles)
- Stewart-treves syndrome
Stewart-Treves syndrome (-trēvz’) n. Lymphangiosarcoma arising in an arm affected by postmastectomy lymphedema.
noun, Slang. 1. a drunken bum. steven