Some articles on shooting star press, star, stars:
... far leg) Lynxsault (No-handed springboard moonsault) Shooting star press Shooting star senton – 2007 Standing moonsault side slam, sometimes from the ...
... nuclear fusion reactions take place inside the cores of stars, depending upon their mass and composition, as part of stellar nucleosynthesis ... As a result the core temperature of main sequence stars only varies from 4 million kelvin for a small M-class star to 40 million kelvin for a massive O-class star ... producing all the energy necessary to sustain the star's radiation output ...
... Lieutenant Commander Data ( /ˈdeɪtə/ DAY-tə) is a character in the fictional Star Trek universe portrayed by actor Brent Spiner ... He appears in the television series Star Trek The Next Generation and the feature films Star Trek Generations, Star Trek First Contact, Star Trek ... Data is in many ways a successor to the original Star Trek's Spock (Leonard Nimoy), in that the character offers an "outsider's" perspective on humanity ...
... WWF's Light Heavyweight champion at the time, X-Pac, after a Shooting Star Press at InVasion 2001 ... He spent the next few years as a star attraction in the cruiserweight division, relying solely on his in-ring work and no real gimmick ... August 24, 2004 taping of SmackDown!, when Gruner's Shooting Star Press unintentionally caused Chavo Guerrero to suffer a concussion ...
... Xi Geminorum (ξ Gem) is a star in the zodiac constellation Gemini with the traditional name Alzirr ... The star has an apparent visual magnitude of 3.35, which is bright enough for it to be seen with the naked eye ... classification of F5 IV, which is subgiant star that is in the process of evolving away from the main sequence of stars like the Sun ...
Famous quotes containing the words press, shooting and/or star:
“The press and politicians. A delicate relationship. Too close, and danger ensues. Too far apart and democracy itself cannot function without the essential exchange of information. Creative leaks, a discreet lunch, interchange in the Lobby, the art of the unattributable telephone call, late at night.”
—Howard Brenton (b. 1942)
“My time has come.
There are twenty people in my belly,
there is a magnitude of wings,
there are forty eyes shooting like arrows,
and they will all be born.
All be born in the yellow wind.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“Youre not a star until they can spell your name in Karachi.”
—Humphrey Bogart (18991957)