starlike


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Adj.1.starlike - resembling a star; "they saw a starlike object in the sky"
starry - abounding with or resembling stars; "a starry night"; "starry illumination"
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I looked at little Weena sleeping beside me, her face white and starlike under the stars, and forthwith dismissed the thought.
Nearly 2,000 years ago, St John's Wort - with its starlike yellow petals - was the revered sun flower of pagan Celtic communities roaming the Gleniffer Braes.
He was not a dazzling, starlike character; he was gentle, humble.
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From our frame of reference, the photons from quasar 2333+019 took approximately 10 billion years to reach our eyes and form a faint starlike dot.
On December 28 radiation tests revealed slightly higher levels than normal at the 'landing site.' During the tests a flashing light was spotted to the east and later, Lt Col Halt saw three starlike lights just above the horizon.
Their topics include definitions of major subclasses, starlike and convex functions of order a, close-to-convex functions, the class ?
A mapping f [member of] S([OMEGA]) is called starlike (respectively convex) if its image is a starlike domain with respect to origin (respectively convex domain).
It boasts large, cone-shaped blooms of double, starlike flowers.
It is easy to see that for [lambda] = 0 the classes T([lambda], [alpha]) and C([lambda], [alpha]) reduce to the classes of starlike functions of order [alpha] (0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] < 1), [T.sup.*]([alpha]) and the convex functions of order [alpha] (0 [less than or equal to] [alpha] < 1), C([alpha]), respectively, studied by Silverman [4].
By ST, CV, and K, we mean the well-known subclasses of S that are starlike, convex, and close-to-convex functions, respectively; for detail see [2, 3].
If P(z) and Q(z) are analytic in E, [absolute value of Q'(z)] [less than or equal to] [absolute value of P'(z)] for all z [member of] E, Q(0) = P(0) = 0, and if P(z) maps E onto a region which is starlike with respect to origin, then [absolute value of Q(z)] [less than or equal to] [absolute value of P(z)] for all z [member of] E.