Sand star

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(Zool.) an ophiurioid starfish living on sandy sea bottoms; a brittle star.

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Matt Huston then sang Bring Him Home and Thom Meredith sand Star - both from Les Miserables.
Following the success of first album Monsoon Dew, Sand Star was recorded in Dubai produced by Dubai-based music producer duo Joshua F.
Since the death of the Spartacus: Blood And Sand star, hundreds of messages of condolence have been left on internet tribute pages.
Marianne, from Thornhill, Cardiff, has enviable measurements of 32, 25, 31 with a 33in leg measurement, but panic sand star vesher self if she ever feels she's outgrowing a size 8.
SAND STAR General Eliott (second left) can come good today
The oldest of this year's finalists, he is the first October whelp to win the Derby and the sixth black and white, livery sported previously by Davesland (1934), Rushton Mac (1955), Sand Star (1969), Lauries Panther (1982) and Droopys Scholes (2004).
1969 SAND STAR (5-4F) Despite his early exit 12 months earlier, Yellow Printer was still installed ante-post favourite.
Sand Star, owned and trained by Hamilton Orr, although he was put in charge of Barbara Tompkins for the duration of the Derby, had been the subject of an pounds 8,000 post first-round offer which was rejected.
The first and second would clash again in the second semi, when incredibly the way the race was run and result was identical, - Sand Star getting up on the line to pip Tommy Johnston's Kilbelin Style by another short-head.
Not surprisingly, the pair dominated the betting for the final with Sand Star (5-4) just preferred over Kilbelin Style (6-4), and punters got it right.
Shields has a policy of sending his sand stars to the United States to be trained by Michael Dickinson but suggested that Sergeant York may be staying with his Thirsk-based handler.