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star

(star),
Any stellate or star-shaped structure.
See also: aster, astrosphere, stella, stellula.
[A.S. steorra]

STAR

Abbreviation for:
Scandinavian Total Ankle Replacement
Short-Term Assessment and Rehabilitation team 
signal transduction and activation of RNA
Special Targeted, Abbreviated Review
Specialty Training and Advanced Research
staged abdominal repair
Staphylokinase Recombinant Trial
Start Talking About Recovery
steroidogenic acute regulatory protein 
Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene
Systems Test for Alternative Reimbursement

STAR

Oncology A 5-yr clinical study–Study of Tamoxifen And Raloxifene–to determine whether raloxifene helps prevent breast CA in ♀ and whether it has any benefits over tamoxifen–Nolvadex. See MORE, Raloxifene, Tamoxifen.

star

(stahr)
Any stellate structure.
See also: aster, astrosphere, stella, stellula
[A.S. steorra]

STAR,

n an acronym used in osteopathic medicine that represents “sensitivity,” “tissue texture change,” “asymmetry,” and “range of motion reduced.” STAR prompts practitioners to remember the indications of somatic dysfunction, including those associated with myofascial trigger points.

STAR

see cornell STAR accelerated lambing system.

star

a color marking in a horse's coat consisting of a white spot in the center of the forehead; just a few white hairs is sometimes called a flame.
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Further for E = 1, these classes reduces to the usual classes of starlike and convex functions respectively.
1-[alpha])z] is a starlike function of reciprocal order 1/(2 - [alpha]) [9, Example 2].
phi]) and C([phi]) are the extensions of classical sets of starlike and convex functions and in such a form were defined and studied by Ma and Minda [13].
Because f is starlike univalent and there exists a [z.
Let q(z) [not equal to] 0 be univalent in U such that zq'(z)/q(z) is starlike univalent in U and
alpha]) the class of all meromorphically starlike functions of order [alpha].
They appear as silvery starlike creatures that somehow draw sustenance from the gritty walls that they call home.
The University of Glamorgan's senior astronomy lecturer Martin Griffiths describes Holmes, first spotted in 1892, as a bright starlike fuzz, which can be spotted in the north east.
Great American Cities 'Albuquerque Midnight Sky' Large rosy purple leaves scattered with tiny starlike white dots.
His name will be unfamiliar unless you were following the action in a novice chase at Hereford on Monday, when he hacked up on his first run for us, despite a Kauto Starlike blunder at the last.
This leads to non-polynomial Xu-like inter polation formulas, which work on domains with quite different geometries, like generalized rectangles (in Cartesian coordinates), generalized sectors and starlike domains (in polar coordinates).