The Persian Boy By Mary Renault This is my North Star of historical fiction.
Paul has been campaigning heavily in the North Star State, and is hoping to take advantage of its quirky libertarian streak.
This North Star approach to the presidency is classic and deeply pragmatic.
A growing economy that creates good, middle-class jobs – that must be the North Star that guides our efforts.
The Statue of Liberty would serve as the North Star of our behavior.
Now, after that same storm in which the North Star—that was the name of the ship, was it not?
I was assured that on this date I could make connection with the North Star for the south.
He is of Massachusetts, and too near the North Star to be reached by the honorable gentleman's telescope.
I am freezing,” answered the North Star; “that is why I shake.
It is like the point of a compass, the North Star that the mariner sees, or the star of the desert.
"Pole Star, Polaris," Middle English norþe sterre (late 14c.); cf. Middle Dutch noirdstern, German nordstern.
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