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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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Blue Star trades under Angus & Robertson in Australia and Whitcoulls in New Zealand and generated sales of pounds 112 million in the last financial year.
Parent company Blue Star Limited does several MEP projects in India, Ozair added: "[In India] We have worked on projects such as metros, district cooling plants, malls and hotels.
The SportsTG transaction extends the Blue Star Sports' solutions across all major global sports and brings its user base to more than 40m worldwide.
This acquisition of Krossover Blue Star said the acquisition of Krossover's technology builds upon the suite of sports tech companies Blue Star Sports has been corralling over the past nine months, including Bonzi, Captain U and most recently GroupNet Solutions.
“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.
28 July 2010 - Indian rating agency CARE said on Tuesday it has assigned its top-notch rating of AAA to the long-term non-convertible debenture/term loan of air conditioning and commercial refrigeration firm Blue Star Ltd (BOM:500067) aggregating INR750m (USD16m/EUR12m).
With this acquisition, Blue Star will strengthen an important pillar in its electro mechanical projects offering for its commercial and residential real estate customers.
Sharon Bouchard, of Leominster, president of Blue Star Mothers of Massachusetts, Chapter 1, which serves Central Massachusetts, said she had a similar experience when she sought out but could not find other mothers to connect with when her two sons served with the U.S.
Retiring Blue Star football director Morton has vowed not to rest until Blue Star are no longer forced to repay pounds 61,000 in grants dating back to 2000.
The outgoing football director told The Journal he made the decision to step down a month before the end of the season - but with the Football Stadium Improvement Fund demanding Blue Star repay pounds 61,000 in grants, Morton is not quitting the fight.
COLWYN Bay must make a return trip to Newcastle on Wednesday night for the play-off semi-finals after failing to get the win they needed to bring Blue Star back to Llanelian Road.