Stardust

(from the article `Carmichael, Hoagy`) ...recorded and encouraged by this mark of success, he abandoned law and moved to New York City to embark on a career as a musician and composer. He ... ...Illinois Jacquet) in the `50s. It was also during this decade that Hampton released two of his most celebrated recordings, September in the Rai...
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Stardust

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) The return capsule from the NASA Stardust probe (launched in 1999) made a successful soft landing in Utah on January 15. The capsule carried ... ...that has been melted and filtered in large amounts. Researchers also have collected meteoroidal particles outside Earth`s atmosphere with special ... ...
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stardust

[n] - a dreamy romantic or sentimental quality
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stardust

noun a dreamy romantic or sentimental quality
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Stardust

[magazine] Stardust is an Indian monthly Bollywood news and gossip magazine published in English and Hindi. It also sponsors the Stardust Awards. ==History== The magazine is published by Mumbai-based Magna Publishing Co. Ltd. and was started by Nari Hira in 1971. It became popular under the editorship of noted journalist, author and columni...
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Stardust

[Mika song] `Stardust` is a solo song by Mika in English that first appeared in his 2012 album The Origin of Love. It was produced by Benny Benassi and Greg Wells. The Deluxe Edition Bonus Disc of the album contained a bonus mix version titled `Stardust Benny Benassi Mix)`. It was produced by Benny Benassi, Alessandro `Alle` Benassi and Nic...
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Stardust

[novella] This is a photo of former Peace Corps Director Mark Schneider that came from the Peace Corps Web Site at http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatispc.history.pastdir&btn=15 The Peace Corps is an agency of the US government and so this photo is in Public domain. ...
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Stardust

[spacecraft] Stardust was a 300-kilogram robotic space probe launched by NASA on February 7, 1999. Its primary mission was to collect dust samples from the coma of comet Wild 2, as well as samples of cosmic dust, and return these to Earth for analysis. It was the first sample return mission of its kind. En route to Comet Wild 2, the craft a...
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Stardust

[video game] Stardust is a shoot `em up computer game for the Amiga, released by the Finnish company Bloodhouse in 1993. The game is essentially an Asteroids clone with modern enhancements, such as power-ups, shields, a high-energy techno module soundtrack, vivid use of colors and the occasional tunnel section that revolves around a sphere....
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Stardust

Stardust approaches Comet Wild A spacecraft launched on Feb. 7, 1999, with the object of encountering Comet Wild-2 in January 2004 and returning samples of it to Earth. Stardust made three loops around the Sun. On the second loop, it passed within 260 km of the nucleus of Wild-2, sent back pict...
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Stardust

Stardust is slang for cocaine.
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