Stella

[bicycles] Stella was a French bicycle manufacturer founded in 1909. The company sponsored Louison Bobet, a French professional cyclist. Bobet won the Tour de France in 1953 and 1954 while riding Stella bicycles. ==Trivia== Stella became the codename for the Atari 2600 because Jay Miner (the video chip designer) owned a Stella bicycle. ...
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Stella

The Stella was a British passenger steamer belonging to the L&SWR. She was wrecked in a fog on March the 30th 1899 at the Black Rock twelve kilometres from Alderney with the loss of 105 lives.
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stella

Latin, meaning: star.
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stella

A U.S. $4 gold coin pattern minted 1879-1880.
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Stella

A gold $4 pattern never issued for circulation. Also struck in other metals.
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Stella

[n] - United States minimalist painter (born in 1936)
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stella

A star or star-shaped figure. ... Origin: Mod. L. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Stella

Frank Stella noun United States minimalist painter (born in 1936)
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stella

(stel´ә) Latin word meaning star. In anatomy, it is used to name a star-shaped structure.
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Stella

(from the article `Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von`) ...Clavigo), a tragedy on the Friederike theme, was written in a week, and the plays Stella and Egmont were begun. Stella (1776; Eng. trans. Stella), ...
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Stella

Stella is a Lat In girl name. The meaning of the name is `Star` Where is it used? The name Stella is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Estrella ( In Spanish) Alternative meanings (Old English) Star Stella appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 244. The name reached the top-100 5 times. 1890 was a `top year` for the name...
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Stella

[magazine] Stella was a Swedish science fiction magazine. It was published from April, 1886 through August, 1888 as a supplement to the Swedish weekly Svenska Familj-Journalen Svea and published translations of short stories by the leading science fiction writers of its time. Though many works about science fiction refer to Stella, finding ...
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Stella

Stella is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Stella

[guitar] Stella was a guitar brand owned by the Oscar Schmidt Company. It was founded around 1899. The Stella brand consists of low and mid-level stringed instruments. Stella guitars were played by notable artists, including Lead Belly, Charlie Patton and Doc Watson, the latter of learned to play on one. Kurt Cobain of Nirvana played an aco...
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Stella

A French geodetic satellite, carrying 60 laser reflectors mounted on a dense sphere of uranium alloy, which is tracked to measure small perturbations in Earth`s gravitational field. Reflected laser beams enable measurements, accurate to about 1 cm, of the geoid, oceanic and terrestrial tides, and te...
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stella

Type: Term Pronunciation: stel′ă, -ē Definitions: 1. A star or star-shaped figure.
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Stella

[emulator] Stella is an emulator for the Atari 2600 game console, and takes its name from the console`s codename. It is open source, and runs on most major modern platforms including Amiga, Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Windows CE/Mobile, Dreamcast, GP2X, Nintendo DS, and Wii. Stella was originally written in 1996 (and known as Stella 96) by Br...
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STELLA

[language courses] The STELLA project is supported and co-funded by the European Commission. The aim is to deliver online language learning courses for less widely taught and used languages within the European Union. Courses for hundreds of languages and regional variations are available elsewhere, so the five languages provided by Stella a...
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Stella

[Naples] Stella (Italian: `star`) is a neighbourhood of Naples, southern Italy. The area includes the National Archaeological Museum, stretches north through the Sanità section of the city, up the Capodimonte hill to include the grounds and buildings of the Capodimonte art museum. ...
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Stella

[software] Stella, a computer program available in three versions (Great Stella, Small Stella and Stella4D), was created by Robert Webb of Australia. The programs contain a large library of polyhedra which can be manipulated and altered in various ways. Polyhedra in Great Stella`s library include the Platonic solids, the Archimedean solids,...
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Stella

[comedy group] Stella is a comedy trio consisting of Michael Showalter, Michael Ian Black, and David Wain (all three of whom are alumni of the comedy troupe, The State). The group formed in 1997 as a weekly nightclub comedy attraction, performing at New York City nightclub Fez from 1997 until the club`s closing in February 2005. Stella soon...
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Stella

[scooter] Stella (known by different names in different countries) is a model of a vintage-style scooter imported into the United States by Chicago-based Genuine Scooters since 2003, and manufactured by LML in Kanpur, India. ==History== In 1986, LML began a joint venture with scooter manufacturer Piaggio, through which the Italian company s...
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Stella

[singer] Stella is the stage name of Stella Huang ({zh|c=黃湘怡|p=Huáng Xiāng Yí|poj=N̂g Siong-î}), born December 17, 1980, as Stella Ng, a singer-actress and former model who has become a pop star in much of the Chinese-speaking world, including Hong Kong and Taiwan. Stella was educated at Crescent Girls` School, Anglo-Chinese Juni...
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Stella

[yacht] The Stella is a `one-design` Bermuda rig sloop yacht, designed for cruising and racing by the noted yacht designer CR (Kim) Holman in 1959. The design was to the requirements of a customer who had seen the Nordic Folkboat and decided that the English east coast needed a similar vessel but modified for North Sea as opposed to Baltic ...
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Stella

[United States coin] The United States four dollar coin, also officially called a Stella, is a unit of currency equivalent to four United States dollars. It was originally minted as a universal coin exchangeable with any currency around the world. Two varieties of the Stella were made: flowing hair, designed by Charles E. Barber, and coiled...
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