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the stars

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe starsthe starsBritish English informal a description, usually printed in newspapers and magazines, of what will happen to you in the future, based on the position of the stars and planets at the time of your birth syn horoscopesomebody’s stars I never read my stars. star sign star
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the starsIn these, they roamed among the stars.In the early eve-ning, just as the stars were coming out, he would often pull out his quadrant and compass.And up from the city of fumes and smoke rose a broiling cloud of steam, covering the stars.One evening the stars came out and the whole sky shone as clear as polished jet.Awareness of the stars and their light pervades the Koran, which reflects the brightness of the heavenly bodies in many verses.Don't join the dots ... Of the stars, one alone can I contemplate without pain.His flailing tail swept down a third of the stars of heaven and cast them on the earth.Little cable cars climbing half way to the stars?
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