Stark(e) may refer to the surname Stark or Starke. It may also refer to:

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Caleb Stark
... Caleb Stark (December 3, 1759-August 28, 1838) was the eldest son of General John Stark and his wife Molly Stark ...
List Of Minor Characters In Judge Dredd - Judges of Mega-City One - Stark
... A Brit-Cit exchange cadet, Stark applied for full transfer to Mega-City One ... When sent undercover to combat a block mafia in Shirley Temple Block, Stark was infected with Grubb's Disease by a mob boss - as was his partner, an old comrade of Stark's who he'd brought in on ...
Stark - Other Uses
... Stark, a 2005 album by Gregory Douglass Concepts in the Ender's Game series#Stark, a language Stark Law, U.S ... law restricting physician self-referrals TAC STARK, a Brazilian vehicle ...
Alternative Versions Of Iron Man - Newuniversal
... In the alternate world of newuniversal, Tony Stark is one of three humans altered by the Fireworks on April 26, 1953, gaining abilities associated ... Prior to the Fireworks, Stark is unexceptional, but he then becomes a technological genius ... His discoveries revitalise his father's company, Stark Industries, and are "five years ahead of everything everyone else is working on" ...
Alternative Versions Of Iron Man - What If: Iron Man: Demon in An Armor
... In What If Iron Man Demon in an Armor, Tony Stark is Doom's college roommate rather than Reed Richards, inspiring Doom to develop a machine that allows him to transfer his mind ... While Doom uses Stark's connections and company to establish himself, the amnesic Stark- believing himself to be Doom- works to rebuild his life, creating his own company and forming his own reputation from ... of their respective armours- Doom having developed a green-and-silver Iron Man armour while Stark has created Doom's costume with gold and a red cloak ...

Famous quotes containing the word stark:

    The slightest living thing answers a deeper need than all the works of man because it is transitory. It has an evanescence of life, or growth, or change: it passes, as we do, from one stage to the another, from darkness to darkness, into a distance where we, too, vanish out of sight. A work of art is static; and its value and its weakness lie in being so: but the tuft of grass and the clouds above it belong to our own travelling brotherhood.
    —Freya Stark (b. 1893–1993)

    Pain and fear and hunger are effects of causes which can be foreseen and known: but sorrow is a debt which someone else makes for us.
    —Freya Stark (1893–1993)

    Over the stark plain
    The stilted mill-chimneys once again spread
    Their sackcloth and ashes a flowing mane
    Of repentance for the false day that’s fled.
    William Robert Rodgers (1909–1969)