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ursa

(ˈɜːsə)
n
(Astronomy) another name for Ursa Major
References in classic literature ?
The younger men quiz him, it seems, call him Old Fritz, Lager Beer, Ursa Major, and make all manner of jokes on his name.
I imagine to myself the scowl of your spiritual eye upon the profanity of that scurrilous Ursa Major.
The constellation of Ursa Major spreads across quite a large portion of the sky and contains seven bright stars which make up a pattern known commonly as the Plough, the Big Dipper or the Saucepan.
URSA MAJOR will provide direct user benefits to international truck drivers and hauliers (better truck parking, better navigation, less delays and less uncertainties).
HoN Tour's purchasable URSA CORPs content, which features in-game goodies ranging from character avatars, to permanent account progression bonuses, and more, have been, and will continue to be added until the season comes to a close early next year; 25% of the revenue generated from eSports Plinko purchases will funnel directly into HoN Tour's prize pool.
9 million in equity financing with a portion of that earmarked for the Shakespeare feasibility study, last updated by Ursa Major in 2008.
As a result of these delays, many Missouri members no longer wanted to use the ferry, says Roger Hugenberg, assistant general manager for Ursa Farmers Cooperative.
Salle Ursa coach Peter Rome said: "Viv is such a worthy winner and I am very proud of her.
Ursa Major, winner of his last three, including a Group 3 last time, is 16-1 from 20-1 with Hills.
Ursa Major's was a best-priced 25-1 with William Hill prior to today's final declaration stage.
We've made the decision to head for Doncaster with Ursa Major and let him take his chance against his own age group," said Tinkler's racing manager, Tim Jones.
Salle Ursa Fencing Club Coach Peter Rome said: Cadbury is doing a wonderful job of bringing the spirit of the Paralympic Games to Birmingham.