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Starr

(star),
Albert, 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Starr-Edwards valve.
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While many bankable popular performers in the music industry are women, Starr's film provides a deeper exploration of how far the industry is from achieving gender parity.
In 1947 Starr would incorporate the Philippine American Life Insurance Co.
Like the Sharps, the Starr percussion nipple was attached to the breechblock, the flash from the percussion cap working its way through a tortuous channel to a small hole on a raised dome in the center of the breechblock, which transferred the spark to the rear of the cartridge.
Starr also offered full-throated support for Art Briles, Baylor's ousted head football coach.
like John's guitar," Starr said at a cocktail party on Tuesday night ahead of the auction.
He also added: "Freddie Starr the entertainer is dead."
Starr's bright pink plastic container and carried to the van by Bernie Hallinan, a fellow Meals On Wheels volunteer.
Mr Starr was found by paramedics lying face down and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Patented in its final form on September 14, 1858, the .54 caliber Starr carbine was compact, nicely machined and incorporated some excellent design features.
Starr paid $20,000 for the business, which she originally discovered for sale through an ad on Craigslist.
A division of Starr Insurance Companies debuted a distribution channel to sell coverage that benefits small federal government contractors.
Starr Insurance Companies Extends Defense Base Act Coverage to Small Contractors