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dark star

[¦därk ¦stär]
(astronomy)
A star that is not visible but is a part of a binary star system; in particular, a star which causes, in an eclipsing variable, a primary eclipse.
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The 2019 program objectives are: (1) completion of the South Railroad PFS for the Dark Star and Pinion oxide gold deposits; (2) step out drilling to the east and south of the Dark Star deposit to test for resource expansion potential; (3) exploration drilling of high-value targets at Hidden Star, Jasperoid Wash, Dixie, LT, Ski Track and North Bullion and (4) in the northern portion of Dark Star, drill testing a newly recognized deep feeder-style target beneath the oxide resource.
Alan Strachan, a director and a chronicler of the British theater, gives Leigh's full career a stirring reassessment in an immensely readable biography, "Dark Star." He argues convincingly that there was far more to Leigh than her mesmerizing beauty, which could blind critics to the power behind her performances.
MAIB inspector Captain Gavin Pritchard said the Dark Star divers had not been warned of the dangers of walking on deck in full diving gear.
There are also two new skins: Dark Star Kha'Zix and Orianna.
Although Dark Star Requiem is musically dense in places, the solo vocal line is always given full weight, and all the soloists have excellent diction so one can clearly hear all of Battson's texts.
Relive a Grateful Dead concert on Monday, when Dark Star Orchestra returns to Eugene.
I agree with Tony Travers of the London School of Economics when he said about London: "The dark star of the economy, inexorably sucking in resources, people and energy.
Particularly useful are the two chapters dedicated to the Dead's most famous jam-based song, "Dark Star" (1968).
His most extensive treatment of a jam is reserved for "Dark Star," a song that he rightly maintains "signals the richest, riskiest, and most complex of the band's improvisations" (p.
Dark Star is what I call today's EU HQ -- a crew of bumbling astronauts on a mission to destroy rogue planets, SYRIZA, Spain's Podemos, etc.