STARO

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STAROSave the Amazon Rainforest Organisation (UK; rainforest protection group)
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Another such moment occurs shortly after the battle, when he tells Staros that he's "too soft-hearted," and Staros poignantly asks, "Have you ever had a man die in your arms?
In 1956, Staros established the first comprehensive rehabilitation technology facility, the VA Prosthetics Center (VAPC) in NYC.
And indeed, the team of Staros and Berg made important contributions to the Soviet microelectronics industry with the blessing of Nikita Khrushchev--moving their efforts from a nondescript warren of offices in Leningrad in the 1950s to an impressive compound outside Moscow by 1962.
Your debut album Staros was released a couple of months ago - how is that going?
Captain Staros spends all his time pinching in his lips, as if he's holding down bile, while he frets over the well-being of his men.
ET is StarOs third carrier based in Africa, joining Egyptair and South African Airways.
Like a leopard and its spots, this starOs bum never gets bigger, and she never changes her pouty facial expression
As Critchley observes, one relationship is between Colonel Tall (Nick Nolte) and Captain Staros (Elias Koteas)--Malick uses this to dramatise the conflict between an ambitious senior officer, although the film qualifies that ambition, and his more caring subordinate; Tall's relationship with his senior officers, represented at the start by John Travolta's General Quintard, provides a context for Tall and Staros' relationship, while Captain Staros has a significant relationship with his men.
But his captain, Staros (Elias Koteas), tries to keep the men safe from Tall's reckless strategies.
Staros (Elias Koteas), a thoughtful lawyer and commander of Charlie Company whose desire to protect his men puts him at odds with Tall; Pvt.