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a faint star of enormous density

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People who donated [pounds sterling]5000 or more to the project will get the chance to have dinner with Braben and the rest of the development team, as well as having the central star system in
Title: IC4663, The First unambiguous [WN] Wolf-Rayet Central Star of a Planetary Nebula
The radiator grille with two slats and central star follows the design idiom of the current passenger car models.
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And the Villa boss admits James Milner might not have emerged as the season's central star had Barry not left last summer.
A third former Central star, Kevin Thornton, is a fifth-year senior starter at free safety who has worked on his speed the past two seasons and last year led UAPB with five interceptions.
I don't think Kevin Phillips will be seen as Birmingham's central star striker," added Claridge.
One, the Cats Eye Nebula C6, boasts a bright central star which looks like the glint in the cat's eye.
Other good prices in the section were pounds 2,000 paid for an Italian specimen marble top giltwood circular centre table, the top with central star rosette within a radial panel field, pounds 660 for an Edwardian inlaid mahogany serpentine shaped display cabinet, pounds 410 for a Victorian inlaid figured walnut games cum worktable, pounds 860 for an 18th century joined oak dresser base, which had been slightly altered, pounds 740 for a George III oak standing corner cabinet and pounds 980 for a Victorian figured mahogany secretaire bookcase.
George worked for Central Star Communications before joining Learfield.
3 [2] while the central star is reported to have a photoelectric V magnitude of 12.
It was a small, brittle sea star with five perfect arms pointing from a central star.
ONE young man who made the most of a burger chain's two-for-one offer this week was City Central star and part-time teen idol Paul Nicholls.
CITY Central star Paul Nicholls was treated to a night out with his mates in London by Channel 4's excellent Late Lunch.
Pottasch (1984) believes that the central star of NGC 7027 has a temperature of 300,000 K while Pequignot and Stasinska (1980) suggest a temperature of 170,000 K; the central star, however, is not visible (Aller, 1971).
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