Ian Stewart

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Message received: Stewart finds pop - Denver Post
But nobody provided more muscle than Ian Stewart. His human highlight film came out of nowhere. No one could have predicted he would blast two home runs, including his second career grand slam. Unless, of course, you wandered down to Tucson for spring...
Thursday Rockpile: Atkins on a clock. - Purple Row
With Ian Stewart breaking out of his own batting slumber, the Rockies do appear to have a semi-productive alternative path to take once again. The major issue now becomes one of capitalization. Without a rebound from Garrett, it's hard to fathom how...
Bottom of order starting to produce - Colorado Rockies News
The culprits in the two-game offensive explosion were Iannetta and second baseman Ian Stewart -- the Nos. 7-8 hitters in the Rockies' lineup. Those two spots in the batting order produced seven hits with four home runs, five runs scored and 12 RBIs....
San Francisco 8, Colorado 3 - USA Today
Runner on first with none out and Ian Stewart due up. Out: Ian Stewart grounded into a double play, short to first. None on and Clint Barmes due up. Out: Clint Barmes grounded out third to first to end the inning. Single: Matt Cain singled to right....
Local baseball players have big night - Asheville Citizen-Times
Colorado Rockies third baseman Ian Stewart was 1-for-5 with a two-run homer in a 15-11 loss to Houston. Stewart had two homers and five RBIs, including a grand slam, in Tuesday night's 12-1 win over the Astros. He had been in a 3-for-38 funk before...
Play by play - USA Today
Walk: Seth Smith walked. Runner on first with none out and Chris Iannetta due up. Out: Chris Iannetta grounded into a fielder's choice, short to second. Runner on first with one out and Ian Stewart due up. Out: Ian Stewart struck out looking....
Fantasy Baseball: Colorado Rockies SS Troy Tulowitzki - The Queensberry Rules
If Tulowitzki is forced to miss time, IF Clint Barmes would likely move to SS, while Ian Stewart or Omar Quintanilla would likely see time at 2B. Barmes is hitting .228 with three home runs and 11 RBI in 79 at bats so far this season, while Quintanilla...
Council under double strain - Otago Daily Times
In yesterday's committee meeting, accounting manager Ian Stewart said revenue for the year to March was "about $3.5 million below budget" and operating costs for many departments were high. Water utilities were responsible for a large portion of the...
Ian mclagan and the Bump Band, Electric Touch - Austin 360
From the artist: A member of Small Faces, which became Faces when Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood joined the band, Ian 'Mac' mclagan is a rock'n'roll icon. Mac co-wrote many Faces hits, including Cindy Incidentally, You're So Rude and Three Button Hand Me...

Ian Stewart (Labour politician)

Ian Stewart (born 28 August 1950, Blantyre, South Lanarkshire, Scotland) is a politician in England. He has been Labour member of Parliament for Eccles, Greater Manchester, since 1997.

He went to Calder Street Secondary Modern School (now Auchinraith Primary School) in Blantyre then Alfred Turner Secondary Modern (now the Irlam and Cadishead Community High School) on Station Road in Irlam and Stretford Technical College on Talbot Road (became North Trafford College then recently became Trafford College) in Stretford from 1966-9. He had previously worked for the TGWU from 1978 as North West Regional Officer having been a chemical plant operator from 1973-8. At Manchester Metropolitan University, he read an MPhil in Management of Change.

He married Merilyn Holding in 1968. They have two sons and a daughter.

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Ian Stewart (athlete)

Ian Stewart (born January 15, 1949) is a Scottish athlete. Stewart was Scottish and AAAs champion at 5000 metres. To add to this he was 3 x AAAs Indoor 3000 metre champion. He then won the bronze medal in the Men's 5000 metres at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich (a race won by Lasse Virén with Mohammed Gammoudi second and Steve Prefontaine fourth). Stewart finished seventh in 1976.

Stewart won Gold at the following titles: the European 5,000 metres (1969), Commonwealth 5,000 metres (1970), European Indoor (1969 and 1975) and World Cross Country (1975).

Stewart set a European record at 5,000 metres when in 1970 he recorded a time of 13:22:8 to win the Commonwealth Games title. This was one of the greatest races of all title and he defeated current world record holder Ron Clarke, Olympic 1,500 metres champion Kip Keino and fellow Scot, Ian McCafferty.

Stewart set other British records: 1,500 metres 3:39.12 (1969), 2,000 metres 5:02.98 (1975), 2 miles 8:22.0 (1972). In 1977 he set a world best on the roads of 45:13. Other personal bests: Mile 3:57.3 (1969) and 10,000 metres 27:43.03 (1977).

Stewart's brother Peter was a European Indoor (1971) champion and British record holder at the mile 3:55.3 (1972).

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Ian Stewart (Northern Irish footballer)

Ian Stewart (born Belfast, 10 September 1961) is a former footballer from Northern Ireland.

He played football for Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Portsmouth and Aldershot F.C. in the 1980s, as well as Colchester United in their Football Conference/FA Trophy double in the 1991/1992 season, scoring several important goals during the Trophy success in particular. He made his league debut for QPR as substitute against Blackburn Rovers in October 1980. He moved to Newcastle United in the summer of 1985 and joined Portsmouth F.C. two years later.

He appeared in the 1986 FIFA World Cup Finals in Mexico.

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Ian Stewart (mathematician)

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Ian Nicholas Stewart FRS (born 24 September 1945) is a professor of mathematics at the University of Warwick, England, and a widely known popular-science and science-fiction writer. He is the first recipient of the Christopher Zeeman Medal, awarded jointly by the LMS and the IMA for his work on promoting mathematics.

Stewart was born in 1945 in England. While in the sixth form at school, Stewart came to the attention of the mathematics teacher. The teacher had Stewart sit mock A-level examinations without any preparation along with the upper-sixth students; Stewart placed first in the examination. This teacher arranged for Stewart to be admitted to Cambridge on a scholarship to Churchill College, where he obtained a BA in Mathematics. Stewart then went to the University of Warwick for his PhD, on completion of which in 1969 he was offered an academic position. He is now Professor of Mathematics at the University of Warwick. He is well known for his popular expositions of mathematics and his contributions to catastrophe theory.

Stewart has held visiting academic positions in Germany (1974), New Zealand (1976), and the U.S. (University of Connecticut 1977–78, University of Houston 1983–84).

In 1995 Stewart received the Michael Faraday Medal and in 1997 he gave the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures. He was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society in 2001.

He has collaborated with Dr Jack Cohen and Terry Pratchett on three popular science books based on Pratchett's Discworld. In 1999 Terry Pratchett made both Jack Cohen and Professor Ian Stewart "Honorary Wizards of the Unseen University" at the same ceremony at which the University of Warwick gave Terry Pratchett an honorary degree.

Stewart has published more than 140 scientific papers, including a series of influential papers co-authored with Jim Collins on coupled oscillators and the symmetry of animal gaits.

Stewart was married to his wife, Avril, in 1970 They met at a party at a house Avril was renting while she trained as a nurse. They have two sons. He lists his recreations as science fiction, painting, guitar, keeping fish, geology, Egyptology and snorkeling .

Stewart has published in Scientific American, New Scientist, Nature, and other journals.

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