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co·star

also co-star  (kō′stär′)
n.
A starring actor or actress given equal status with another or others in a play, film, or television series.
tr. & intr.v. co·starred, co·star·ring, co·stars
To act or present as a costar.

co•star

or co-star

(n. ˈkoʊˌstɑr; v. -ˈstɑr)

n., v. -starred, -star•ring. n.
1. a performer who shares star billing with another.
2. a performer whose status is slightly below that of a star.
v.i.
3. to be or have billing as a costar.
v.t.
4. to present or bill as a costar or costars.
[1915–20]
References in classic literature ?
Costar, has made the same observation as you have, and he calls the process by some Greek name which I forget.
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Until now, CoStar has not allowed CoStar Property Professional subscribers to post CoStar photos on Internet listing services.
And they have practiced with the actual COSTAR and WFPC instruments they will use in orbit.
Rod Donovan, Vice President of Business Development for Costar reports that "the addition of this system strategically supports our existing assets and extends our ability to attract incremental supply and provide midstream services to producers in this area.
Clinical studies of the CoStar stent have shown significant patient benefits and demonstrated the importance of controlled drug delivery for the treatment of restenosis," said Keith D.