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(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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Under the starlit sky, the bride and groom walked along a trail of lighted candles which led them to the Heart's Content Bed and Breakfast just doors away.
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To make sense of the arrangement of starlit galaxies and brilliant quasars across the sky; Volker Springel of the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Garching, Germany, and his colleagues based their work on dark matter.
As the reader follows author Marybeth Holleman from her North Carolina home to resettlement in Alaska, he or she can almost feel the cold, starlit nights and see the magnificence of the glaciers with Holleman as she kayaks the inlets of the Sound, her company the otters and seabirds living in the shadows of the ice.
Vanstone's "Morning Glory, Starlit Sky" for Christ the King.
His photographs describe places where the spiritual is at once near, imprinted in the forms of the arid landscapes, and far away in the dark, starlit recesses of space.
A brief trudge through this down-to-earth night sky, Floor Space, 2001, led to Blarney's second piece, Wall Space, 2001, a projection of a similarly starlit sky onto a large blank canvas casually propped against a wall.
Chris Beck, in defense of starlit strolls along the shore.
Against a starlit sky, soloists emerge from the group in a constantly shifting kaleidoscope of rhythmic and spatial patterns that ebb and then subside long enough to allow notice of damaged women taking tentative steps, painfully raising and lowering themselves onto the ground.