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David Stewart, 38, North Yorkshire

Birth name: David, Nickname: davidstewart, Country: United Kingdom, Language: English
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David Stewart

Hatfield, HERTFORDSHIRE
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David Stewart

Glasgow, NORTH LANARKSHIRE, Geburtstag: 12 May
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David Stewart

LONDON, GB
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David Stewart

London, Geburtstag: 12 December
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David Stewart

St Ives, CAMBRIDGESHIRE
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David Stewart

Hatfield, HERTFORDSHIRE
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David Stewart

Salford, LANCASHIRE
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Avoid Sailing on the Titanic! (Danger Zone)

von David Stewart, Book House, 2002
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The Brotherhood of Eternal Love: From Flower Power to Hippie Mafia - The Story of the LSD Counterculture

von Stewart Tendler & David May, Cyan Books, 2007
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How to Draw Planes

von David Stewart, Book House, 2006
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Can old whisky rejuvenate scotch? | Life and style | guardian.co.uk

[guardian] - by Simon Majumdar  i used to like bourbon - makers mark, jim beam, jack daniels - but as i have aged, i find it too sweet. though, i still like to ask for a Knob Creek when available. scotch often i find too harsh. laphroaig is nice. ...
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Coventry building society in merger talks

07.03.2010 [guardian] - Coventry building society is in talks with its smaller rival Stroud & Swindon over a possible merger, the latest in a string of tie-ups in the troubled sector. If the deal between the Coventry, the country's third-largest society, and Stroud & Swindon, the 10th-largest, goes ahead, it will create a mutual organisation with about 1.2 million customers and more than £21b (...)week, Coventry reported results showing pretax profits doubled last year. Chief executive David Stewart said his group had "demonstrated that the traditional building society
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Mobile phone costs

07.04.2010 [guardian] - Your article (Mobile big four cry foul at Ofcom plans to cut costs, 2 April) claims that Ofcom staged a "strategic U-turn" with its proposals for mobile termination rates, by proposing a recommendation set out by the European Commission. The proposals would continue a trend of these rates falling, stretching back over a decade. In August 2008, Ofcom raised the need for (...) (...)new termination rates in place when the current ones expire next year. David Stewart Competition policy director
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David Stewart

04.04.2005 [guardian] - My proudest achievement since the 2001 general election: Among many national achievements - minimum wage to 16 and 17 year olds, pension, child, working tax credits - I was pleased to change the human fertilisation and embryology authority code of practice. Both partners involved in IVF should now be told before stored embryos are destroyed. The ex-husband of an Inverness (...) (...)Inverness woman had previously asked to destroy embryos without her knowledge.How David Stewart voted on key parliamentary votes: Identity cards - For Foxhunting ban -
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Derbyshire's Chris Rogers gives new Surrey captain tough baptism

09.04.2010 [guardian] - These are interesting times at The Oval. Surrey's chairman, David Stewart, has made it explicitly clear that the county are looking to start playing in major overseas competitions outside the English season. "Our players are now under 12-month contracts and to get real value out of that we want Surrey players playing in the off season in big tournaments," Stewart said. (...)These are interesting times at The Oval. Surrey's chairman, David Stewart, has made it explicitly clear that the county are looking
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We want to get people back to work

06.07.2006 [guardian] - I read the article by David Hencke (Government turns charities into multi-million pound businesses July 3) and felt compelled to respond in my capacity as chairman of Tomorrow's People, which was referred to in his article. Although government is in dialogue with the voluntary sector to make more effective use of our expertise in the delivery of publicly funded employment prog Sport Diary The Guardian, Saturday March 19 2005 David Stewart Fittingly, the biggest on-course bet on Gold Cup day was on the big-race winner Kicking King, a tidy £100,000 to £25,000 wager landed with a minimum of fuss. If only all Festival favourites won like that . . . In fact, with only four winning outright favourites over the four days, desperate punters approached the 24th and last race as a getting-out-stakes affair, Sport Diary The Guardian, Friday March 18 2005 David Stewart "The most money I've ever made in a day at the races" was how the big bookmaker and Channel 4 betting pundit Barry Dennis gleefully summed up a disastrous day for punters. All six favourites on the Festival's third-day card lost, most notably Baracouda after starting the shortest-priced "jolly" of the meeting so far at 6-5. The French-bred veteran sank the day's biggest bet o Sport Diary The Guardian, Thursday March 17 2005 David Stewart "Punters are back in the game - the day started with a well backed winner and finished with the 7-2 favourite Missed That getting home," declared David Hood of William Hill. "It's 1-1 with two days left." Biggest bet in the ring was a loser - £100,000 on Azertyuiop, comprehensively beaten into third. Another punter came within two lengths of a £165,000 win in the op Sport In the ring The Guardian, Wednesday March 16 2005 David Stewart ·Punters were a million quid down at Cheltenham yesterday and that was before the Festival started with a win for a 20-1 outsider. With the Gold Cup fancy Kingscliff the latest well backed horse to be scratched, the Ladbrokes spokesman Balthazar Fabricius estimated an industry-wide £1m loss for ante-post punters who lose their stake when their selections are taken
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College urged to move out of town

15.03.2010 [BBC News] - A group of cross-party MSPs urges Inverness College to choose an out-of-town site for its new campus.
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UVF 'grasses' get short sentences

05.03.2010 [BBC News] - Two brothers who committed dozens of terrorist crimes will serve as little as three years in jail after turning "supergrass".
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Scottish football as it happened

24.04.2010 [BBC News] - St Mirren win their relegation clash with Kilmarnock as Falkirk lose to Hamilton on a dramatic day of Scottish Premier League football.
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