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  1. Coombs, B. 'John Stuart, Duke of Albany and his contribution to military science in Scotland and Italy 1514–36, from Dunbar to Rome', Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries Scotland, 148 (2018). Bonner, E 2004 'Stewart, John, second duke of Albany (c 1482–1536)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  2. John Stewart is one of Earth's Green Lanterns, the leader of the Green Lantern Corps and a member of its Honor Guard. He is noted for being an excellent sniper as well as a skilled architect. Born in Detroit, Michigan, most of John's life was marked by poverty and clashes with police. His mother was a community organizer, who tried to make things better, and inspired John to try and make the ...

  3. John Stewart married twice and had several children. However, the exact number, names, and the attribution of his children to their mothers is unclear. His first wife was Lady Margaret Douglas, Fair Maid of Galloway , daughter of Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Douglas and Lady Eupheme Graham.

  4. Tue, April 19th Coverage of the Ukraine crisis and its impact on academia. Photo by Shifan Hassan on Unsplash. Clarivate is making articles covering the Ukraine crisis free to read globally, to help the academic community understand the impact of Russia’s invasion on international research partnerships and funding, ...

  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0829537Jon Stewart - IMDb

    Jon Stewart, Writer: The Daily Show. Jon Stewart was born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz in New York City, New York, to Marian (Laskin), a teacher, and Donald Leibowitz, a physics professor. His family is Ashkenazi Jewish (from Austria, Ukraine, Poland, and Belarus). Stewart moved to Lawrenceville, New Jersey during his childhood. He graduated from the College Of William And Mary in ...

  6. The John Stewart Company’s approach to marketing and lease-up utilizes a range of targeted advertising and promotional activities designed to effectively reach qualified applicants. In addition, we establish community outreach and community building programs in an effort to attract qualified potential residents.

  7. 12/10/2015 · John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl. John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl (c. 1440 – 19 September 1512), also known as Sir John Stewart of Balveny, was a Scottish nobleman and ambassador to England (in 1484). ref Duke of Atholl. He was the oldest child of Joan Beaufort, widowed Queen of James I of Scotland, and her second husband Sir James Stewart ...

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