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Red Star

A red star, five-pointed and filled (), is an important ideological and religious symbol which has been used for various purposes, such as: state emblems, flags, monuments, ornaments, and logos.

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Slavko Perović (footballer) - Career Statistics
... League Serbian Cup Europe Total 2006–07 Red Star SuperLiga 0. 2007–08 Srem (Loan) First League 3. 2008–09 Red Star ...
Aleksandar Trifunović (basketball) - Coaching Career
... Trifunović was the manager of the Serbian League club Red Star Belgrade during the 2001-02 season ... was the head coach of the Serbian club Red Star Belgrade during the 2002-03 season and during the month of December during the 2004-05 season ... On December 27, 2009, Trifa signed a new one and a half year contract with Red Star Belgrade ...
Marty Thau
... He is best known as the founder of Red Star Records in 1977, arguably America's first full - fledged post '60s indie punk punk - new wave label and for being the ... development as a spawning ground of punk-new wave stars ... Martin Rev and Walter Steding for his Red Star label ...
List Of Foreign Ligue 1 Players - Scotland
... Dougall – Sète – 1932–33 William Dowall – Red Star – 1937–38 Thomas Dunsmore – Sète – 1946–47 Edward Edmunds – Red Star – 1932–33 Jamie ...
Red Star - Legal Status
... also Hammer and sickle#Controversy and legal status The red star and the hammer and sickle are regarded as occupation symbols as well as symbols of totalitarianism and ... Hungarian politician Attila Vajnai was arrested, handcuffed and fined for wearing a red star on his lapel during a demonstration ... In Slovenia the red star is respected as a symbol of resistance against fascism and Nazism ...

Famous quotes containing the words star and/or red:

    Our star was brighter perhaps when it had water in it.
    Now there is no question even of that, but only
    Of holding on to the hard earth so as not to get thrown off,
    With an occasional dream, a vision ...
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)

    The complaint ... about modern steel furniture, modern glass houses, modern red bars and modern streamlined trains and cars is that all these objets modernes, while adequate and amusing in themselves, tend to make the people who use them look dated. It is an honest criticism. The human race has done nothing much about changing its own appearance to conform to the form and texture of its appurtenances.
    —E.B. (Elwyn Brooks)