Definitions for "Star"
Keywords:  glow, shine, fusion, nuclear, helium
One of the innumerable luminous bodies seen in the heavens; any heavenly body other than the sun, moon, comets, and nebulæ.
A composition of combustible matter used in the heading of rockets, in mines, etc., which, exploding in the air, presents a starlike appearance.
A person of brilliant and attractive qualities, especially on public occasions, as a distinguished orator, a leading theatrical performer, etc.
A network layout in which cable and devices radiate from a central point.
Star network topology
A Local Area Network topology in which all workstations are wired directly to a central workstation or hub that establishes, maintains, and breaks connection to the workstations.
indicating the most important performer or role; "the leading man"; "prima ballerina"; "prima donna"; "a star figure skater"; "the starring role"; "a stellar role"; "a stellar performance"
a collection of straightforward, stripped down ballads
a confident ballad that exposes "Someday" for the desperate tripe it is
Keywords:  ifr, atc, arrival, route, iaf
A preplanned instrument flight rule (IFR) ATC arrival procedure published for pilot use in graphic and textual form. STARs provide transition from the en route structure to an outer fix or an instrument approach fix/arrival waypoint in the terminal area
(Standard Arrival Route) Standardised approach trajectory. Defines procedures to be followed from the moment that an aircraft flying in the IFR (–) mode leaves an airway (–) until it lands.
an ATC coded IFR arrival route established for application to arriving IFR aircraft destined for certain airports
an extremely popular film actor. See also personality star and persona
the name given to famous, talented, and popular actors or celebrities, often in lead character roles, who can draw an audience to a film with their photogenic appearance, inspirational acting, or some other quality. Historically, a starlet (or ingenue) was an attractive actress promoted by a film studio in a small role as an up-and-coming star during the 40s and the 50s; also used in the term star quality and star system Example: Mel Gibson, director and star of Braveheart (1995)
an actor who plays a principal role
a division of the ETA ASCON Group - a multi-dimensional organization that has achieved a legacy of continued growth and success in wide range of businesses in construction, shipping and retailing
a full fledged property development arm of ETA ASCON
Keywords:  forehead, snip, horse, white, imaginary
Name given to any white marking on the horse's forehead. (Small markings are called a snip)
1) Any of a number of white markings on the forehead. (The forehead is defined as being above an imaginary line connecting the tops of the eyes.) 2) A type of credit a horse receives from the racing secretary if it is excluded from an over-filled race, giving it priority in entering future races.
a sort of white diamond in the forehead
Any celestial body that is visible at night (because it's brightly lit) from Earth at night.
any celestial body visible (as a point of light) from the Earth at night
a celestial body," or "A stack allows you to push and pop
Stars stand for the spirit, piercing the darkness as an expression of their triumph against the overwhelming odds of oblivion. Five pointed stars represent the spirit rising to heaven..
From a root meaning, to scatter, and originally applied to the stars as being strewn over the sky, or as being scatterers or spreaders of light. A star is one of the innumerable luminous bodies seen in the heavens.
a body that has been placed in the heavens and given light for the purpose of making people look up
a line with a small real body that occurs after a line with a much larger real body , where the real bodies do not overlap
a small body candlestick that occurs after a candlestick with a large body and the bodies don't overlap
a small real body that gaps above or below a long candlestick occurring the previous day
Keywords:  stanford, acat, cst, assess, ninth
Standardized Testing And Reporting (STAR). Exam that is given to students in grades 4-7 and consists of three components: Stanford Achievement Test, California Standards Tests, and Spanish Assessment of Basic Education. This compilation of tests assess student performance and knowledge in core subjects.
Standardized Testing and Reporting. Through the STAR Program, students in grades 2-11 are tested annually in various subject areas. Currently, the STAR program includes California Standards Tests (CST) in English Language Arts and Mathematics in grades 2-11, and Science and History-Social Science in grades 9-11; and the Stanford Achievement Test, Ninth Edition (Stanford 9), which tests Reading, Language, Mathematics (Grades 2-11), Spelling (Grades 2-8), and Science and History-Social Science (Grades 9-11) only. Stanford 9 (SAT 9)- Stanford Achievement Test, Ninth Edition. Tested Reading, Language, Mathematics (Grades 2-11), Spelling (Grades 2-8), and Science and History-Social Science (Grades 9-11). Replaced in 2003 by the CAT 6.
Standardized Test for Assessment of Reading
A two-person keelboat much lighter than the Soling and used for open competition in the Olympic Games.
The International Star (or Starboat) is a 6.9 m (22.7 ft) one-design racing keelboat for two people.
Specifically, a radiated mark in writing or printing; an asterisk [thus, *]; -- used as a reference to a note, or to fill a blank where something is omitted, etc.
To set or adorn with stars, or bright, radiating bodies; to bespangle; as, a robe starred with gems.
mark with an asterisk; "Linguists star unacceptable sentences"
a leading provider of management consulting and e-business solutions for business intelligence, customer relationship management, enterprise application integration, enterprise portals, ent
a leading provider of management consulting and e-Business solutions for business intelligence, customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, enterprise portals, enterpris
NET (Illinois Support and Technical Assistance Regional Network): Provides training, consultation and resources to the early childhood community. Assists ISBE in meeting local needs by providing services to professionals and parents of young children with special needs throughout Illinois.
an amount of pyrotechnic composition that has by some means been fashioned into a solid object
A small pellet of composition that produces a pyrotechnic effect. Stars are used in aerial shells, rockets, roman candles, cakes, and fountains to produce streaks or light, pulses, long golden tails, and other aerial effects. A single shell could contain several hundred stars.
a message about the struggles of a young baby mother's situation which he raps from the view point of the girl
a signature Umpqua program that grants the requests of those who are struggling through tough times or who deserve a special holiday
Keywords:  scouts, varsity, rank, cub, wolf
That which resembles the figure of a star, as an ornament worn on the breast to indicate rank or honor.
a rank that shows how good your tower is
One of six Wolf Cub badges. There is one star for each activity area (Scouts Canada).
Keywords:  fan, refuse, wont, wen, peta
a big favorite of a Japanese promoter but what the fans wanted out of his matches
a fan of coats made from animal skin and refuses to adhere to the concerns of animal activists, including People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals (PETA)
a huge fan of the band, and decided to pair up with them
a person who can emerge from a limo dishevelled and unshaven, in ratty jeans and a faded T-shirt, and somehow make us forget that he's just emerged from a limo
In football (soccer), some national and club sides include one or more stars as part of (or beside) the crest appearing on their shirt, to represent important trophies the team has previously won. Sometimes this is a unilateral decision by the team concerned rather than a privilege earned and sanctioned by any governing body.
Keywords:  love, jazzy, goof, puppy, success
A very successful investment.
a jazzy looking and acting puppy who loves to run and goof around
a kind of person who will make magic happen and brings the project through to a successful completion
a charity that grants wishes to children with life-threatening illnesses
a non-profit, law enforcement effort designed to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses
a wonderful charity which helps make wishes come true for sick and terminally ill children throughout Britain
A Star consists of five Points usually commanded by a Star Commander. A Star varies in size depending upon the type of units it consists of. A Mech Star consists of 5 OmniMechs or BattleMechs. An Armor Star consists of 10 Tanks or 10 Vechicles of any type. An Infantry Star consists of 25 Elemental troopers or 125 non-battlesuited troopers. An Aero Star consists of 10 Aerospace Fighters or 10 VTOLs. A Naval Star consists of 5-6* Warships or Jumpships or Dropships. *Warship and Jumpship stars often include an additional Command Vessel.
a plane figure with 5 or more points; often used as an emblem
a graphic design having five or more radiating points
Keywords:  trendsetter
a trendsetter
heriff's actical ccident eduction. Special DWI and traffic enforcement program operated by the Monroe County Sheriff's Office. Most STAR vehicles are regular cars. 549 (informally called "the Starship") is a van with a mobile screening setup. When 549 is not available, suspects are transported to Zone B for processing. The STAR unit is available on request by any police agency in the county. Rochester PD does their own screening at the Public Safety Building.
a conceptual graph that consists of a single conceptual relation and the concepts that are attached to its arcs
a conceptual graph that consists of a single conceptual relation r , every arc that belongs to r , and every concept c that is linked by some arc ( r,c ) that belongs to r
The American Elm U. americana cultivar Star was a selection made by the Plumfield Nurseries, Fremont, Nebraska, circa 1945, cloned from a local tree of compact growth, with a much-branched, globose crown. It was first marketed in 1957, but is not known to remain in cultivation.
The liturgical utensil that sets above the Diskos and symbolizes the Star of Bethlehem that "stood over the place where the Young Child lay."
a symbol of a great leader
a symbol of emancipation and unity
A Solenoid Tracker At the RHIC (STAR) experiment at the Brookhaven National Laboratory http://www.star.bnl.gov
Keywords:  textron, camcar, rockford, torx, inc
Star is the equivalent of Torx. 6 sided. Torx is the registered trademark of Camcar Textron Inc. Rockford II
A regional debit network
STAR is an interbank network and EFTPOS network in the United States. It is the largest American interbank network, with 250,000 ATMshttp://www.star.com/?go=press.ShowSingleRelease&id=119, 134 million cardholders and over 5,700 participating financial institutions. The network is owned and operated by STAR Networks, a subsidiary company of First Data.
The Star was an automobile marque that was assembled by the Durant Motors Company between 1922 and 1928. Also known as the Star Car, Star was envisioned as a competitor against Ford's Model T.
Derrogatory term for conceited busker
a beautiful and moving story about the pain of abuse and the hope of recovery
a beautifully sleazy track, immortalising the story of a stalker
Keywords:  dustin, hoffman, autistic, movie, saw
feature as the star; "The movie stars Dustin Hoffman as an autistic man"
a movie my husband and I saw on TV and liked it so much, we wanted to own it
The common name for the web application, ecurity ool to dminister oles.
Keywords:  raloxifene, tamoxifen, study
Study of Tamoxifen And Raloxifene
Keywords:  vertex, polygon, regular, extra, tree
a regular polygon, but with an extra vertex between each normal vertex
a tree with one vertex of degree
a temperament in collision with a tradition," Madonna in her early years is a striking exemplar
a food drop, a red circle is an article
a point of matter in the entirely crystalpiercing form of male- lining circle of space
In typography, a star is any of a number of glyphs with a number of triangular points arrayed within an imaginary circle.
A six ray reflection seen in some cabochon cut gemstones.
A phenomenal effect in some gemstones, appearing as a six rayed figure.
Funk and Wagnalls New Encyclopedia of Science (1986 ed.), vol. 19, 1610-1613.
Keywords:  riffs, fantastic, lyrics, chord, great
a great site and the graphics are fantastic
a great track - but since the chord structure, riffs, lyrics ("I got so much confusion now
Keywords:  polestar, north
The polestar; the north star.
Project to implement PeopleSoft Version 7.5 Human Resources for Education and Government
Secondary Tertiary Alignment Resource, a Ministry of Education initiative. (See the MoE website for more information)
The name of the Dallas Public Library automated system. Includes the online catalog ( STAR GATEWAY or DRA WEB2), patron, circulation, serials, acquisitions, and other modules, and all databases offered.
a fairly complex thing, but it's nowhere near as complex as a bacterium
a Premium Lounge thing
Keywords:  vast, matter, energy, burning, mass
a matter to energy converter
a vast burning mass of matter, which serves as an extremely powerful source of radiation, including light frequency radiation and heat energy
a vast world
A planet supposed to influence one's destiny; (usually pl.) a configuration of the planets, supposed to influence fortune.
a planet on asteroids
To dream of a star signifies the help of a friend to achieve long standing ambitions.
Tennessee Student-Teacher Achievement Ratio
Keywords:  pinwheel, see
See Pinwheel.
Star Magazine is a magazine specializing in celebrity gossip and scandals.
Keywords:  palace, city, temple, neighbor
a city is a neighbor
a temple, city, or palace
Keywords:  famer, hall, future
a future hall of famer
Keywords:  pccm, medicaid, reform, hmo, texas
State of Texas Access Reform. The Texas Medicaid managed care program. STAR currently includes two types of health plans, Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) and Primary Care Case Management (PCCM).
Stars are basic building blocks of the universe.
Student Technology Assistance Resource Program. Basically the STAR Program was an interest free loan through the university to help undergraduate students purchase the computer they need for their academic career at Case. The program was for the 2002-2003 acedemic year.
Keywords:  stomping, dance, track
a stomping dance track
Supplementary Terrorist Attack Relief
The machined spikes or recesses at the rear of a revolver cylinder that is pushed by the hand in order to move the cylinder. Sometimes also called the Ratchet.
Keywords:  apec, aviation, cargo, transit, aims
Secure Trade in the APEC Region The Secure Trade in the APEC Region (STAR) initiative aims to secure and enhance the flow of goods and people through measures to protect cargo, ships, international aviation and people in transit.
Keywords:  conflagration, ire, ideals, one
a conflagration of one's ire and ideals
Keywords:  eea, int, asp, sustainability, targets
Sustainability Targets And References database (URL: http://star.eea.eu.int/asp/default.asp)
a unique, novelty gift suitable for all gift-giving occasions
a unique, personal gift
someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
Keywords:  euphemism, bee, beautiful, woman, place
a beautiful place to Bee
a euphemism for a beautiful woman
Keywords:  treadmills, self, sole
a self Sole Treadmills
Keywords:  gcc, major, developer, property
a major property developer in the GCC
The star, as an ideograph, most commonly represents the astronomical star for which it is named.
a resonant electrical load in a galactic circuit and naturally shows periodic behavior
a product in a high growth market that controls a sizeable share of that market
a powerful language e-tutor to help people learning foreign languages
Keywords:  dancer, rotating, left, center, four
Each dancer in a group of four putting one hand (either right or left) into the center of the group and rotating the group a specified amount.
Keywords:  angel, spiritual, good, force, value
a good value
an angel, a spiritual force, and here not a good one
Committee for Agricultural Structures & Rural Development
Keywords:  profit, org, highly, popular, non
a highly profitable, highly popular item
a non profit org
a performer who receives prominent billing
A coil connection scheme for 3 phase alternators and generators in which all 3 coil phases are connected in parallel--they all share a common connection.
This is the means by which public districts report staff employment and assignment data to the Department.
Keywords:  maneuver, round, formation
A round formation or maneuver.
Keywords:  pure, art, example
an example of pure art
Keywords:  fail, goal, reach, extra, life
an "extra life", which you use when you fail to reach the level goal
Keywords:  hit, music, new
a new music hit
Keywords:  homosexual, male
a male homosexual.
System for Time and Attendance Recording.
Keywords:  brand, treated, needs, one
a brand and needs to be treated like one
Keywords:  performers, high, rating
be the star in a performance
a rating given to certain high performers.
Keywords:  character, shaped, printing
a star-shaped character * used in printing
Keywords:  growing, business, share, market, high
a business unit which has a high market share in a growing market
Keywords:  vehicle, money, making
a vehicle for money-making
Keywords:  living
a living being
Keywords:  insurance, form
a form of insurance