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Starr

 (stär), Belle Originally Myra Belle Shirley. 1848-1889.
American outlaw whose Oklahoma cabin became a hideout for fugitives from justice. Tales of her criminal exploits are largely unsubstantiated.

Starr

, Bryan Bartlett Known as "Bart." Born 1934.
American football player and coach. As quarterback for the Green Bay Packers (1956-1971), he led his team to five National Football League titles and victories in the first two Super Bowls.

Starr

, Ringo Originally Richard Starkey. Born 1940.
British musician who was the drummer of the Beatles (1962-1970).

Starr

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1. (Biography) (Myra) Belle. 1848–89, US outlaw, a famous rustler of horses and cattle
2. (Biography) Ringo, original name Richard Starkey. born 1940, British rock musician; drummer (1962–70) with the Beatles
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Noun1.Starr - rock star and drummer for the Beatles (born in 1940)
Beatles - a rock group from Liverpool who between 1962 and 1970 produced a variety of hit songs and albums (most of them written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon)
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Corpus Christi, in the county of Nueces, and all the cities situated on the Rio Bravo, Laredo, Comalites, San Ignacio on the Web, Rio Grande City on the Starr, Edinburgh in the Hidalgo, Santa Rita, Elpanda, Brownsville in the Cameron, formed an imposing league against the pretensions of Florida.
Bartholomew comes to The Starr Group with 32 years of experience in the world of insurance and 16 years specializing in group benefits.
Starr is one of two new insurers to enter the market recently.
Dennis Starr and Rick (Kathy) Starr, both of Vero Beach, Arthur L.
According to unsealed court documents filed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Starr (not the same Kenneth Starr who served as the special prosecutor in the investigation of former president Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky), who gave financial advise to wealthy New Yorkers including "an actress," "an elderly heiress," a "retired prominent basketball player" and a jeweler, operated two types of schemes: He solicited clients for investments in entities or businesses he described as sure deals, but diverted all or some of the money to himself, his family or friends, prosecutors said.
Starr & Company (California) will serve as the environmental specialty leader and chief underwriter responsible for managing the Chubb program.
Before the car traveled much over a football field in distance, Starr had wrested the gun from the assailant, later identified as John Toubell, and shot him in the chest, neck, and head, killing him.
AIG's chief executive, Martin Sullivan, who was then vice chairman and chief operating officer, warned at that time that a breakup with the Starr agencies would permit competitors to "swoop in tomorrow" and establish relationships with brokers and customers who until then had given their business to the Starr agencies.
He said that you just feel this numbness,'' Starr said.
Starr, now in a superstar private practice at Kirkland & Ellis, does occasionally fire off zingers to demonstrate that he, like President Bush, has issues with the wine-swilling Clintonites of Martha's Vineyard.
On the other hand, with its multitude of projected images, fake drive-in setting, and three-wheeled car, the sprawling installation is more likely to evoke feelings of claustrophobia (in a bit of Preminger's film quoted by Starr, the kidnapped Bunny turns out to have been locked in the trunk of her uncle's sports car), foreboding (as if to emphasize that Preminger's film isn't sufficient to the project it inspired, Starr borrows the idea of a killer hidden behind the screen of the drive-in from another movie, Peter Bogdanovich's 1967 thriller Targets), and perverse eroti cism (Starr includes overthe-top footage of a guy slowly and feelingly buffing the "Bunny Lakemobile").
Starr Bright's ability to change her appearance dramatically allows her to travel the seedier edge of society with impunity.