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STARTStrategic Arms Reduction Treaty
STARTStrategic Arms Reduction Talks
STARTSystem for Analysis, Research, and Training
STARTGlobal Change System for Analysis Research and Training
STARTSimple Triage and Rapid Treatment
STARTSouth Texas Accelerated Research Therapeutics (San Antonio, TX)
STARTSuperfund Technical Assessment and Response Team
STARTSteroid Treatment as Regular Therapy in Early Asthma
STARTStudy of Terrorism and Responses to Terror (National Consortium for the)
STARTSki Today and Ride Today (Park City, UT)
STARTSimple Triage and Rapid Transport
STARTSelection of Thymidine Analog Regimen Therapy
STARTSynTactic Analysis Using Reversible Transformations
STARTSolutions To Avoid Red Tide, Inc.
STARTSelected Topics in Assurance Related Technologies
STARTSpecial Tactics and Rescue Team (Lansing, Michigan law enforcement)
STARTScientific and Technical Advisory and Response Team
STARTSavings Today and Rewards Tomorrow (trademark of US Bank)
STARTStudents Together Achieving Responsible Tasks
STARTSpecial Threat Awareness Receiver/Transmitter
STARTSpacecraft Technology and Advanced Re-Entry Test(ing)
STARTStudents the Active Risk Takers (Brampton, Ontario, Canada)
STARTSafety and Technical Assessment for Readiness of Technology
STARTStudents Tackling Abortion Realities Today
STARTStart-Up and Accelerated Recruitment Team
STARTStudents Talking About Respect and Tolerance (Lewistown, Montana)
STARTStrategies for Teaching and Reaching Talents
STARTSPAWAR Training, Administration, & Requirements Tool
STARTSprint Technical Applicant Resource Training
STARTStop Teen Abusive Relationships Today
STARTSTIC Tracking and Reporting Tool (Sprint)
STARTSubstitute Teachers -- Accountable, Responsible, Teaching
References in classic literature ?
Every eye, every opera glass, was turned on the brightly colored group of riders at the moment they were in line to start.
As soon as his back was turned, I went to my writing desk to start the story.
If I couldn't drop him at the start, all I'd do is to keep away, smother up, an' wait.
Of course nobody knew; nobody at Waterloo ever does know where a train is going to start from, or where a train when it does start is going to, or anything about it.
But it's nearly time for the show to start, and we don't want to be late.
The night was not so dark but that, besides the lights at bows and mastheads gliding to and fro, they could discern some shadowy bulk attached; and now and then a ghostly lighter with a large dark sail, like a warning arm, would start up very near them, pass on, and vanish.
We start earlier in the morning, we travel later at night.
And that night the man says to me, 'What time start to-morrow, Charley?
And we start at three o'clock, for I am their man, and that which they say is to be done, I do.
You start out from the Balesuna and I start from the Berande.
His vaunted industry is but a vanity and of no effect, since he never gets home with anything he starts with.
4 : to cause to move, act, or operate <I'll try to start the motor.