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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.
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.
The children had short, mosslike hair with tiny star-shaped flowers.
During the cocktail hour foie gras, steak on star-shaped potatoes, crab salad, orchestral music played while guests showed off their gowns.
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).
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.
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.
Gen. James Livingston accepted the star-shaped decorations Friday from Thomas at a reception in the Congressional
But how did this explain the impressive-looking star-shaped medal that Auntie Marian had kept in the family treasure box?
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Inside was a small star-shaped medal attached to a pale blue ribbon.
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