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  • adj. having six points


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  • What does the six-pointed star, on the back of the Dollar Bill represent?

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  • She is supposed also to have suggested the use of the five-pointed star rather than the six-pointed one chosen by Washington.

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  • The Star of David is an easily recognized symbol of Judaism, so what better way to present a dessert at a Hanukkah party than with a cake baked in the shape of that six-pointed star?

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  • Scientology versus the Wikipedia p2pnet news view | Freedom: - p2pnet was among sites which leaped before it looked when ‘news’ broke that Cult of Scientology pope David Miscavige supposedly wondered, “Will Scientologists have to wear yellow, six-pointed stars on our clothing?”

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  • They issued an ordinance on May 31, 1942, that required Jews over the age of six to identify themselves in public by wearing a palm-sized yellow six-pointed star lettered Juif in black.


  • The reverse has thirteen equally spaced six-pointed stars around the periphery of the field.

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  • In the center is a national shield superimposed on a six-pointed star, sometimes labeled a Òsmall starÓ to differentiate the design from Type 2 and Type 3 coins.

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  • Six Points: The six-pointed star tattoo design is most commonly known as the Star of David.

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  • Gert turns left and stops at a large, squared-off building with a six-pointed star above its huge front door.

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  • On the left side of the dial a six-pointed star functions as the hour hand.

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