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unstarred

(ʌnˈstɑːd)
adj
not denoted with a star
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Adj.1.unstarred - not marked with an asteriskunstarred - not marked with an asterisk; "unasterisked items"
unmarked - not having an identifying mark; "unmarked cards"; "an unmarked police car"
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As regards the Unstarred Question No 3700 answered on 13.
However, Prasad said, " There was a reply on 4/ 12/ 2012 given by Manish Tewari, the then I& B minister, against an unstarred question number 1819.
From this winter session onwards, all annual ministry, committee, panel reports, bills and unstarred questions will be uploaded on the Parliament website.
This information was provided by MoS in the Prime Minister's Office and Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel PG and Pensions Dr Jitendra Singh in a reply to an unstarred question in Rajya Sabha.
Role of lobbyists," Unstarred Question No 4883, Lok Sabha Debates, 6 (24), 116-17.
And the light years, as yet unstarred, reflected there.
Starred packaged foods like pasta and canned soups have sold at 21/2 times the rate of similar unstarred items while sales of breakfast cereals with stars have been more than three times higher than those without.
Selection of fattier meat decreased: Starred ground beef (90 percent or more fat-free) selection rose 7 percent, while unstarred ground beef dropped 5 percent.
The team event, a form of champion of champions, will be staged between the winners of the five 10-man team sections, plus the winners of the six-man team league, who will make up their squad with four unstarred registered bowlers.
In the cluster, (3a), the tone contained by the unstarred tonal root node would be independent of the starred tone and its alignment could be affected by other factors such as whether there is an unlinked syllable to associate with, the distance before the next tonal specification, etc.
For unstarred items, respondents are coded for agreement with one alternative.