Star Maker

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Star Maker,

the the creator and destroyer of the universe, depicted primarily as an artist detached from it. [Sci. FL: Stapledon Star Maker in Weiss, 248]
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The artists have a lot in common, as both are Toyota Star Maker winners and have accumulated extensive accolades, including winning the APRA New Zealand Best Country Song award for "Pieces.
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Hyland was a star maker, and he never interfered with the content of my shows or my approach.
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It contains a searchable database of work by some of the genre's most respected writers, including Liverpudlian 'cosmic philosopher' Olaf Stapledon, author of Star Maker and Cirius, alongside John Wyndham, Eric Frank Russell and John Brunner.
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This contest was the ultimate star maker, bringing some incredible music to the forefront for our customers and fans across the country," said Martine Reardon, Macy's Chief Marketing Officer.