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star chart

[′stär ‚chärt]
(astronomy)
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Alan, director of the Yale University Parenting Centre and Child Conduct Clinic, says: "Almost every parent now has been exposed to star charts, praise and all of that, and almost always they're doing it incorrectly.
Dr Francoise Praderie, from the Paris Observatory, who studied the map with fellow French astronomer Dr Jean-Marc Bonnet-Bidaud, said: 'The origin of the star chart's manufacture and real use remains unknown.
See the Star Chart Box on the front page of the TNs.
In three easy steps, the Interactive Teacher Preparation STaR Chart can help determine where your teacher preparation program is today and where you want it to be tomorrow.
National Geographic offers superior geographic resources including a star chart, a dynamic Map Machine for the earth, printable maps and a guide to national education standards.
She's a Gemini but her star chart is dominated by Neptune and shows she is "sexually confused".
All you need are your own two eyes, a star chart (see p.
Key items might include suitable clothes, a comfortable chair, a hot drink and maybe a star chart.
Mr Holmes also correctly observed that the rete (star chart) on the astrolabe is a mirror-image of the sky--for example, Orion's sword appears on the right--and differs from modern planispheres in this respect.
QI HAVE recently started to use a star chart to help improve my three-year-old's behaviour.
It will be launched by a special Museums at Night event on Friday from 6pm at the Wolfson Gallery with astronomy activities for families which include making a space telescope and building a star chart.
So I drew up a star chart with stickers for each of the boys.