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Old 16-09-2015, 11:16 PM   #432
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Saturday March 19th 1988..
First Fatal Shot 12.13...

BBC Nine O- Clock News..

Moira Stuart was born in the Royal Free Hospital, London, on 2 September 1949, to African-Caribbean parents.. She was educated in London until she was 13, attending Our Lady's Convent RC High School, Stamford Hill.. She then moved with her family to Bermuda for a while, returning at the age of 15 to London, where she attended college..Since 27 August 1981, Stuart has presented on every news bulletin devised on BBC TV apart from the Ten O'Clock News. She has also appeared on The News Quiz and presented the news on the BBC's Breakfast with Frost programme each Sunday and the following programme Sunday AM with Andrew Marr.. She presented the news for BBC Breakfast during the first half-hour of the programme, 3 days a week, followed by short half-hourly round-ups throughout the rest of the 3-hour-long show.. However, BBC Breakfast moved to a new studio with a new look on 2 May 2006 and the entire news content was presented by 2 main presenters.. Stuart retained her slot on BBC's Sunday AM show and continued to present some weekend bulletins on BBC One.. She also worked on other long-form programmes for other BBC channels, including BBC Four..Stuart has served on various boards and judging panels including Amnesty International, The Royal TV Society, UN Association, the Orange Prize, the London Fair Play Consortium and the Human Genetics Advisory Commission..She is unmarried, although she has said that on two occasions she almost did marry..Des Lynam has said that he has been a boyfriend of hers..During the programme, Stuart discovered the story of how her grandfather Edgar Fitzgerald Gordon met his wife Clara Christian while both were studying medicine at the University of Edinburgh....

During the 1930s the design changed to that of the blue banner, which was designed by members of the Republican Congress, and was adopted as the emblem of the Irish Labour movement, including the Irish Labour Party. Labour adopted the rose as its official emblem in 1991 but continue to use the Starry Plough for ceremonial occasions.. It is also broadly claimed by Irish republicans and has been carried alongside the Irish tricolour and Irish provincial flags and the sunburst flag, as well as the Red flag at Provisional IRA, Continuity IRA, Official IRA and Irish National Liberation Army rallies..An Arabian story has the 4 stars of the Plough's bowl as a coffin, with the THREE stars in the handle as mourners, following it... Don't know what the problem is, but I'm sure it can be solved without resorting to Violet..Actually, I hate violence..But you're so good at it!.Wait a minute..You forgot the THIRD rule in a crisis situation...
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