Star of David

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Synonyms for Star of David

a six-pointed star formed from two equilateral triangles

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They have also written slogans demanding war against Arabs, calling for vengeance and assaulting Arabs and Muslims, in addition to David's Star; the slogan of Zionism.
The band's magnum opus, Swamp Ophelia (1994), dead-ends with the song "This Train Revised," which offers a grim look inside a boxcar containing "100 people, gypsies, queers, and David's star" bound for a Nazi concentration camp yet ultimately "bound for glory." The 1998 execution of Karla Faye Tucker, the first woman executed in Texas since the 19th century, furnished Ray with the germ for her "Faye Tucker," a protest song that excoriates the death penalty.
"Now we are looking for something else and I think David's star power will move football up a notch.
"Now we are looking for something else and I think David's star power there will bring it another notch and another thing for all of us in southern California to come out and watch."
The moves were custom-created for David's star clients who complained that their tums, legs and bums were their biggest problem areas.