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A star is a luminous cosmic body.
Star may also refer to:
- Star, Anglesey, 22x20px Wales;
- Star, Fife, 22x20px Scotland;
- Star, Pembrokeshire, Wales;
- Star, Somerset, 22x20px England.
- Star, 22x20px Idaho;
- Star, 22x20px Michigan;
- Star, 22x20px Mississippi;
- Star, 22x20px North Carolina;
- Star, 22x20px Texas.
- Star, 702 album, 2003;
- Star, Belly album;
- Star, Mika Nakashima album;
- Star, Murk album;
- Star/Boom Boom, the soundtrack album to the 1982 film Star, by Biddu, Nazia Hassan, and Zohaib Hassan.
- "Star", Bryan Adams song, 1996;
- "Star", Kevin Ayers song, 1976;
- "Star", (David Bowie song, 1972;
- "Star", Erasure song, 1990;
- "Star", Extreme song;
- "Star", Stellar* song;
- "Star", by Biddu and Zohaib Hassan from Star/Boom Boom;
- "Star", by The Crash from Wildlife;
- "Star", by The Cult from The Cult;
- "Star", by The Hollies from Write On;
- "Star", by Kiki Dee;
- "Star", by Primal Scream from Vanishing Point;
- "Star", by Silverbullit;
- "Star", by Stealers Wheel;
- "Star", by Terri Walker from L.O.V.E;
- "Star (* )", by Project 86 from Drawing Black Lines;
- Star, a 2001 Tamil film;
- Star', a 1982 Hindi film;
- Star!, a 1968 musical starring Julie Andrews;
- Danielle Steel's Star, a 1993 television film starring Jennie Garth.
- Star!, a Canadian cable channel;
- Star Channel, a Greek television channel;
- Star TV, 22x20px Turkey television channel;
- Star, the name of several radio stations;
- Star, football crest;
- Utah Starzz, a Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) team.
- Manglerud Star Ishockey, an Norwegian hockey team in the GET-ligaen;
- Star, game theory;
- Star, graph theory;
- Star-algebra, an associative algebra;
- Star domain, a concept in set theory;
- Kleene star, a unary operation;
- Star refinement, a concept in topology;
- Star polygon, a non-convex shape;
- A set of simplices in a simplicial complex;
- Hodge star operator, a map related to differential forms.
- Star, a 1920s American car;
- Star class locomotive;
- Star Motor Company, an 1898–1932 British car manufacturer;
- FSC Star, 22x20px Poland truck manufacturer.
- Star (sailboat);
- Star Cruises;
- Star Ferry, 22x20px Hong Kong ferryboat service;
- MS Star, 22x20px Estonian ferry;
- Star Airlines, former name of XL Airways France;
- Star Air, the name of several airlines;
- Star Alliance, an alliance of airlines;
Science and technology
- Star network, a computer network topology;
- Star schema, a data warehousing model;
- Pyrotechnic star;
- Xerox Star, a 1981 computer workstation;
- Steroidogenic acute regulatory protein, a transport protein;
- Synthetically thinned aperture radar, a interferometric radar method;
Military and law enforcement
- Star, a Unix implementation of the tar file archiver
- Star, classification used to rank restaurants, films, etc;
- Star, a guitar body shape;
- Star, magazine;
- Star routes, a US Postal Service term;
- Celebrity, a famous person;
- Movie star, a celebrity famous for performing in films;
- Star, Chinese constellation;
- Star Bonifacio Echeverria, S.A., 22x20px Spain firearms company;
- Star Records, a recording company in the 22x20px Philippines;
- Star, a novel by Pamela Anderson;
- Star, a novel by Danielle Steel;
- "The star", a short story by Arthur C. Clarke;
- An equine coat marking.
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