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  • Even so, Morningstar calls the three-star fund merely "good enough."

    A Wish List for Retirement Funds

  • Morningstar calls the three-star fund merely "good enough."

  • He has good speed and cover skills and is a three-star signee.

    North Texas - Team Notes

  • The Knights '23-member class included two Rivals four-star and 13 three-star prospects and was rated third in C-USA by Rivals and second by Scout. com (56th nationally).

    Central Florida - Team Notes

  • -- The Rivals. com three-star recruit is a player Dykes hopes will develop into the next great quarterback at Louisiana Tech, or at least as serviceable as the quarterbacks he used at Arizona to put up gaudy numbers.

    Louisiana Tech - Team Notes

  • One detractor quipped that "Joe could exceed an unlimited budget" -- which occurred at Aurora, a three-star dining temple that eventually sank under its profligate excesses.

    Rozanne Gold: Joe Baum's Nasturtiums: A Tribute

  • Twenty years later, he would install a "vegetable sommelier" in the three-star Market Bar & Dining Rooms at the World Trade Center and turn a steakhouse into the country's first market-driven restaurant.

    Rozanne Gold: Joe Baum's Nasturtiums: A Tribute

  • Eventually Joe trusted me to create concepts for his company: "Hudson River Cuisine" for the three-star Hudson River Club; CafĂ© Greco, the city's first "Med-Rim" restaurant; Little Meals at the Rainbow Room with a James Beard award-winning book dedicated to him; the food program that helped win back Windows on the World in 1996, and The Greatest Bar on Earth.

    Rozanne Gold: Joe Baum's Nasturtiums: A Tribute

  • Caveat number one: This didn't work at three-star hotels.

    Pruning the Cost of Luxury on the Riviera

  • Chef Pascal, 37, has worked in some of the most prestigious kitchens in Europe, including Michelin three-star Georges Blanc.

    Jay Weston: Fig & Olive -- A Spectacular Addition to the L.A. Dining Scene

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