Definitions for "Starlight"
is a division of Coherent's Palomar and make the ruby laser LightSheer
Division of Coherent's Palomar and maker of LightSheer ruby laser
a colorfull, artistic guesthouse in the historical centre of Florence
a colorfull, artistic visitorhouse in the historical center of Florence
Keywords:  british, song, ndash, bbc, muse
a retired British high seas
Starlight was an early British television programme, one of the first regular series to be shown on the BBC Television Service in the 1930s. Its first edition was broadcast on November 3 1936 – the day after the service had officially opened – and it continued to be broadcast until the suspension of television for the duration of the Second World War in 1939.
"Starlight" is a song by English rock band Muse and is the second track on their 2006 album Black Holes and Revelations. It was released 4 September 2006 as the second single from that album in the UK, peaking at #13 in the UK Singles Chart (see 2006 in British music). It was also the second single released in the United States, and became the band's highest-peaking single on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, reaching #5.
A defect in a coating film which exibits severe proliferation of tiny pinholes, sometimes only visible by backlighting. May be localized or throughout the coating. May or may not be visible prior to firing, depending on the cause.
Keywords:  cong, viet, vietnam, encounter, summer
Operation by U.S. marines which resulted in the first major encounter between U.S. And Viet Cong forces in Vietnam, late summer 1965
The option is eliminated if an upper barrier is exceeded at the end of each period, with the investor receiving a coupon equivalent in value to the barrier. Otherwise, the investor receives the performance of a plain vanilla call option at maturity, The underlying is typically a basket of indexes, An Asian Starlight is the alternative in which the average performances is applied
Keywords:  night, light
The light given by the stars.
Lighted by the stars, or by the stars only; as, a starlight night.
the light of the stars