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I had no idea who they were, as the Grand Duke was in morning costume, and had no star or decoration to distinguish him.
Long before that, however, the sun had come back to gladden the Polar regions, and break up the reign of ancient night.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
When rapidly deposited, as by artificial precipitation, triple phosphate often takes feathery, star- or leaf-like forms.
She liked him less than ever, nevertheless wished that he were her brother and the rising star in American politics.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
According to a weekly paper not only is Constance Binney a famous screen star, but she is also a first-class ukelele player.
I do not quite agree with the 'Star' as to the Fire-crest not being "very uncommon," though it occasionally occurs.
In other cases the nebulous appearance is hardly more than a mist about a tolerably distinct central star.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
That was a coach with a yellow body, and about 1822 its name was altered to that of the “Star of Brunswick.”
The same would be the case if the polar axis of one sphere stood precisely at right angles to that of the other.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
Thus the wide habitability of the earth is an effect arising from the inclination of its polar axis.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER

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