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He could be anyone, from anywhere ... except for the six-pointed star tattooed on the web between thumb and forefinger of his right hand.
To this was added by Bishop Nicholas of Prague, on the authorization of the pope, a red six-pointed star (10 Oct.,
The other side of the talisman should bear the sign of Solomon, that is, the six-pointed star formed by two interlaced triangles; in the centre there should be placed a human figure for the sun talismans, a cup for those of the Moon, a dog's head for those of Jupiter, a lion for those of Mars, a dove's for those of Venus, a bull's or goat's for those of Saturn.
Gert turns left and stops at a large, squared-off building with a six-pointed star above its huge front door.
Lauren saw the reflection of a man in a tan uniform with a silver six-pointed star pinned to his chest at the same time she heard his heavy footsteps crossing the porch.