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Related to Starn: stern, Saturn
n.1.(Zool.) The European starling.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Craig Starn participate in ceremonies alongside their foreign counterparts.
In the opening section, Orin Starn says "We don't have any more excuses; the proof is out there." His tone can best be described as--.
"It's an escape from a social media-obsessed society where so much seems fake and contrived and we're indoors so much that the idea of risk-taking in the outdoors is very appealing," said Starn, though he added that it's disturbing that people feel they must go to such extremes to find release.
In early work, William Jones formulates a comparison between England and Italy, remarking that England 'never matched the number of exiles that the Renaissance Italian cities dispatched to those "Contrary Commonwealths" described by Randolph Starn'.
Gold is a fast-paced middle-grade adventure novel set in a world that is still picking up its pieces -- leaving plenty of room for Starn and Esper to make a difference.
de la Cadena, Marisol and Orin Starn (eds) 2007 Indigenous experience today, Berg, Oxford.
Sin embargo, como Marisol de la Cadena y Orin Starn (2007) correctamente advierten, el activismo indigena es un proceso "sin garantias".