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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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"There's the whole Keychange movement, where a bunch of music festivals--over 100 festivals--have signed on to say that they will hire 50 percent female acts," says Starr. She's referring to a project launched by the U.K.
Starr Companies is the worldwide marketing name for the operating insurance and travel assistance companies and subsidiaries of Starr International Company Inc.
Starr would form a succession of insurance-related companies.
Concurrently, Eben Starr, who operated his firm rather peripatetically in Yonkers, Binghamton and Morrisania, New York, also began work on a .54-caliber percussion breech-loading carbine, which he patented in 1858.
Starr called for the release of more details of a university commissioned report, whose executive summary released this summer, concluded that Baylor had "failed to consistently support" students who reported sexual assault and "failed to take action to identify and eliminate a potentially hostile environment, prevent its recurrence, or address its effects for individual complainants or the broader campus community."
Last month, Julien's Auctions sold a drum head from a kit Starr played on U.S.
He sued her for slander and libel, but the High Court ruled Ward's claims about Starr to be true, and ordered him to pay her legal bill.
Starr now faces paying Ms Ward's costs of around PS960,000, on top of his own legal fees, estimated to be PS500,000.
Starr PR Public Relations & Communications Group is a full service communications agency based in Miami with resources in New York, Los Angeles and San Juan.
Starr began delivering Meals On Wheels with her late husband, Stephen Starr, in the mid-1970s.
"Reviver is one of the most beautiful beers we've ever made," commented Brian McNelis, Starr Hill's President and CEO.
Recording a conclusion of accidental death, North East Wales coroner John Gittins ruled out that Mr Starr had committed suicide despite evidence being heard during the inquest that he had spoken about wanting to end his life during his night out at the pub.