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Starr

(star),
Albert, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Starr-Edwards valve.
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Starr received the National Humanities Medal in 2006.
The Starr Group is an independent insurance and risk management agency with the capabilities of advising clients on everything from their business insurance, including group health, to personal insurance.
Coords is based out of New York and reports to Charles Dangelo, president and CEO of Starr Indemnity.
That's how the Starr agencies came to be a separate, but related entity of AIG.
1 -- color) Taft High of Woodland Hills football coach Troy Starr, right, leads his team into tonight's City Section championship game against Crenshaw of Los Angeles at the Coliseum.
Starr says both his shoulders have suffered ligament and tendon damage from the grind of the ring.
Graves's investigation makes it clear that Starr can no longer serve as independent counsel.
She claimed she knew nothing criminal that Clinton had done, that her husband was an inveterate liar willing to sell his soul in exchange for Starr's leniency, and that she would (as she did) go to prison for contempt rather than play the role that Starr had designated for her.
In spite of the gross abuses of the Starr investigation, we continue to believe that there ought to be an independent counsel--beholden neither to the President nor to his political enemies--to investigate high-level Administration officials.
Pundits have speculated that Starr is hoping Clinton confessed to knowledge of illegal real estate deals during unguarded moments, but the prosecutor has denied asking about Clinton's sex life.
Starr, chairwoman of the American Institute of CPAs employee benefit plans committee, testified before the House Subcommittee on Employer-Employee Relations on a variety, of pension reform issues.
With No Gazette To Fire At, Where Is Bob Starr Aiming In '92?