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stella

 [stel´ah] (L.)
star.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

stel·la

, pl.

stel·lae

(stel'ă, -ē),
A star or star-shaped figure.
[Mod. L.]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

stel·la

, pl. stellae (stel'ă, -ē)
A star or star-shaped figure.
[Mod. L.]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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When he joined Meltzer, Purtill & Stelle in 2013, he felt that, with its deep bench of real estate transactional attorneys and litigators, it would be the perfect fit for his suburban-focused land use practice.
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Robert Stelle. The wrongdoing included hash-smoking, the collection of illicit weapons, the mutilation and photography of Afghan remains, and the gang-beating of a soldier who reported the drug use.
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While the starry backdrop for Act III was right for "E lucevan le stelle," there was no sign of St.
ROME Argentine soccer icon Diego Maradona's fancy footwork riveted Italians in the 1980s and, more recently, on pubcaster RAI's "Ballando con le stelle" (Dancing With the Stars).
In questo saggio vengono presi in considerazioni gli astrologi ("spie del cielo" o, anche, "segretari delle stelle") dell'Italia moderna (tra il secondo Quattrocento e la fine del Settecento) e la letteratura da loro prodotta.
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On their return trip, the now-larger pastoral contingent visits the temples again, where the restless Hylas, tiring of his affection for the disguised Druidess Alexis, becomes enamored instead of his feminine equal in inconstancy, Stelle. Recognizing their mutual attachment, together they resolve to formulate twelve conditions of love.
The papers include: (1) "Criteria for Assessing Child Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in North Carolina" (Lenore Behar and Lynn Stelle); (2) "Proposed Eligibility Criteria and Procedures for Enrollment in Department of Mental Health Continuing Care" (Elizabeth Irvin and Phyllis Hersch); (3) "Using the Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale (CAFAS) To Establish Level-of-Need for Medicaid Manage Care Services" (Randall Lemoine and others); and (4) "Criteria Used in Determining Appropriateness of Service Utilization in Arizona" (Aimee Schwartz and Stephen Perkins).