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  • adjective shaped like a star


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  • Table settings included Colonial-style silverware and, for a contrasting sense of playfulness, loose bouquets of American flowers, reminiscent of the prairie—white garden roses, blue hydrangea, star-shaped tweedia, thistle.

    The Master Builder of Towers of Flowers

  • They were there visiting Officer Matthew Walters , who they said suffered a cut to the hand when a protester threw a star-shaped glass object at police.

    Tension Increases at Protests

  • The children had short, mosslike hair with tiny star-shaped flowers.

    Crimson Wind

  • During the cocktail hour foie gras, steak on star-shaped potatoes, crab salad, orchestral music played while guests showed off their gowns.

    A Royal Honor Between Friends

  • Most likely, they were interested in the stuff that was being sold as shuriken (which would likely be the star-shaped things, probably of stamped metal or something equally cheap).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » What is a zoobow?

  • NL, the people who brought you the Citadel floating apartment complex and these amazing floating homes, the renderings for the amphibious mini-cities appear depict star-shaped, tiered islands with indoor spaces hidden under lush green-roof terraces, complete with interior pools and beaches.

    Jill Fehrenbacher | Inhabitat

  • If you had some fabric like this, and wanted to be more creative with it, you could choose star-shaped, silver or white buttons for it, to match the stars.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Gen. James Livingston accepted the star-shaped decorations Friday from Thomas at a reception in the Congressional

    Media Coverage August 2009

  • But how did this explain the impressive-looking star-shaped medal that Auntie Marian had kept in the family treasure box?

    Rewind TV: Ocean Giants; Who Do You Think You Are?; The Story of British Pathé: the Birth of the News; Wilfred – review

  • Inside was a small star-shaped medal attached to a pale blue ribbon.

    Gideon’s war


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