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two-star

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name (Brit) for two-star petrol
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two-star

[ˈtuːstɑːʳ] two-star petrol N (Brit) → gasolina f normal
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Tsai promoted eight officers to the rank of two-star general, lieutenant general and admiral, with a further 23 elevated to the rank of one-star general, major general and vice admiral, according to an MND statement.
MAJORCA September 15, seven nights self-catering at the two-star Ola Bouganvillia, Santa Ponsa, PS299pp CORFU October 2, seven nights self-catering at the two-star Antigoni Apt PS279pp.
The majority of the new hotels will be one- and two-star facilities, while 14 of them will be in the capital Muscat.
STAY in Kefalos, Kos, at the two-star Maritsa Studios, seven nights self-catering departing from Manchester on July 13, 2014.
VISIT historic Prague, staying at the two-star Fortuna West Hotel for three nights bed and breakfast departing from Manchester on May 5, 2014.
Flying from Edinburgh on September 9, seven nights in Porto Colom, Majorca, staying at the two-star Bella Maria Apartments on self-catering from PS315 per person based on two sharing.
NORTHERN FRANCE: GREAT ESCAPES (0845 330 2089) offers three nights' B&B at two-star Hotel Comfort Opera, Lille, from PS90pp for arrivals Jul 1-Aug 28; or four nights' B&B at two-star Hotel Red Fox, Le Touquet, from PS220 for Sun-Tue arrivals between Jul 14-Aug 14; or combine the two for seven nights from PS289 (four sharing).
guests will TURKEY from Glasgow, July 14, 14 nights B& B at two-star hotel, pounds 325pp.
And Embleton Hall Dairies won a two-star Gold Great Taste Award for its natural yoghurt and one star gold Great Taste Awards for both its raspberry and strawberry yoghurts.
The Army plan calls for a two-star general to head the new Contracting Command, with two one-stars as deputies.
Indeed, the hyperactive star, which is part of a two-star system called RS Ophiuchi, may be teetering on the brink of going supernova and could obliterate itself in just a few hundred thousand years, suggest Jennifer Sokoloski of the HarvardSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics and her colleagues.