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- adj. of, relating to, or in the manner of a star
- v. Present participle of star.
- v. That which has the specified actor or actors, especially those in lead roles, in its cast.
- n. The action of the verb to star.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A manufacturers' name for the refining of crude metallic antimony by which the purified metal exhibits on solidification a starlike crystalline surface.
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- adj. indicating the most important performer or role
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Quality books in the mid range getting gutted and dumped in favor of yet another title starring Green Lantern or Batman?
If you'd like to add a comment about what you call the starring appendage ... go for it. spring - fall
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The book and 2000 movie of the same title starring Christian Bale center on a "Wall Street banker who's also a serial killer."
“The Great Buck Howard” - A tender look at the life of an illusionist, based on the life of The Amazing Kreskin starring John Malkovich.
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Co-starring is Andy Milonakis who used to have a show on MTV.
Presumption was staged, and especially since the famous Universal Frankenstein starring Boris
Can you see value in starring results, or is that what bookmarks are for?
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