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Darnley

Lord. title of Henry Stuart (or Stewart). 1545--67, Scottish nobleman; second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots and father of James I of England. After murdering his wife's secretary, Rizzio (1566), he was himself assassinated (1567)
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australis from a patient on Darnley Island redefines the northern limit of distribution of Queensland tick typhus in Australia.
Sales Manager David Smith will be transferring to the site from the dealership in Darnley, bringing with him more than 20 years' experience in motor-based sales.
At Gateway, Darnley is responsible for developing and leading the strategy behind the health plan's expansion as Medicare Advantage plans stand poised for explosive growth and Medicaid Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) need to find new and better ways to reach the growing number of individuals using their services.
TRAGEDY: The victims of the helicopter crash, from left, Duncan Munro, 46, from Bishop Auckland, George Allison, 57, from Winchester, Gary McCrossan, 59, from Inverness and Sarah Darnley, 45, from Elgin.
Howes Primary School teacher Mr Darnley said: "A huge thank you to all the children of Year 6 and parents at Howes that have supported us throughout in order to raise such a huge amount of money for a worthy cause
The exhibition explores her story through textiles, furniture, documents, portraits and jewels, such as the stunning Darnley locket.
And the winner - by one point - was Aaron Darnley, chef de partie at Edmunds in Brindleyplace.
The retailer has also opened its largest ever store in Scotland at Darnley, which is 90,000 sq ft, and last week opened its largest ever store in Wales, at Newport, which is 76,000 sq ft.
The Omasker was collected from Darnley Island, in the Torres Strait between Australia and New Guinea, by explorers on the voyage of the Rattlesnake in 1849.
The victim was walking with two friends along Darnley Road, in Ashington, at around 1.
Wally) Darnley, 75, of Northwest Main Street, Douglas, Massachusetts died Thursday, March 24.
The original urn dates back to the 1882 game between the two countries at the Oval when it was given to England captain Ivo Bligh, later to become Lord Darnley, after the Aussies won the series.