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blue star

[′blü ‚stär]
(astronomy)
A star of spectral type O, B, A, or F according to the Draper catalog.
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Backed by Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Providence Equity, and Genstar Capital, Blue Star Sports has completed 14 acquisitions of software, content and player development companies to revolutionise the youth sports experience.
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Masood Raza, head of Jumbo Engineering, said: "Jumbo Engineering is pleased to have Blue Star, a pioneering brand in India on board, especially for the Cold Room business.
Once the deal closes, Blue Star Group will integrate the direct mailing company into its Direct business division.
Emerging technologies such as BI/ Analytics and mobility are a key component of the company's strategic focus areas for growth in the near future and this alliance will enable Blue Star Infotech to strengthen its foothold in this space.
Muscat: Team Blue Star won the inaugural team championship at the Bank Muscat-sponsored Annual Badminton Tournament organised by the Indian Social Club, Muscat and duo of Errol D'Souza and Prajith Prabha capped their fine run winning the Mens-A doubles title.
8220;Through Blue Star Museums, the arts community is extending a special invitation to military families to enjoy over 1,500 museums this summer,” said NEA Chairman Rocco Landesman.
And it started with the practice of hanging a flag in a home's front window bearing a blue star for every loved one serving in the Great War--World War I.
11 October 2010 - CRISIL said Friday it had assigned BBB-/stable rating to the long-term bank facilities of Blue Star Diamonds Pvt Ltd, part of the Blue Star group.
Blue Star Electro-Mechanical Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Blue Star Limited, plans to acquire Mumbai-based D S Gupta Construction Pvt Ltd on a slump sale basis.
Harry Popkin, co-founder of Blue Star Camps in North Carolina, died on March 23, 2010.
If your thing is rock 'n' roll orchestral compositions that ebb and flow with peaks and valleys of emotions, than Blue Star Burns Red is the group for you.