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Starr

1. (Myra) Belle. 1848--89, US outlaw, a famous rustler of horses and cattle
2. Ringo, original name Richard Starkey. born 1940, British rock musician; drummer (1962--70) with the Beatles
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3, 1940, Starr was a fourth-generation San Francisco native who was raised in a Catholic orphanage.
The decision to bring Bartholomew aboard as part of The Starr Group team came soon after seeing a high demand for this position.
A Starr spokesman says Starr Indemnity & Liability Company will be working with International Ag Insurance Solutions, LLC, a managing general agency, as its servicer.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway swooped in this year and signed the Starr agencies to write its policies.
Starr may have held back because he still has to work with the justices in his practice.
She is initially delighted to be with her glamorous sister again after a long absence, but Starr begins to exert a negative influence on Dee Dee and even attempts to seduce Lily's husband.
Condello says when an Indian wrestler shows potential and talent, like Starr, that wrestler is very marketable.
Rather than question Willey's motivations and credibility, Starr chose to prosecute Julie Hiatt Steele, her former friend who had said all along that she was lying.
Since it was no secret what Starr thought Clinton did, it was not difficult for a witness to figure out what to say to obtain immunity or avoid a perjury indictment.
Independent counsel Ken Starr was so determined to pin something on the President that he finally nailed him for crimes that took place within the context of the Starr investigation itself.
Beginning in the spring, deputies to Kenneth Starr, special prosecutor in the Whitewater probe who maintains close ties to the right wing, interviewed openly gay White House advisers David Mixner and Bob Hattoy.