[ US /ɑɫˈtɛɹ/ ]
  1. double star 15.7 light years from Earth; the brightest star in the Aquila constellation
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How To Use Altair In A Sentence

  • Altair held on tightly, his horse grunting beneath him, and urged him forward, causing the pinto to bellow angrily.
  • Soon, however, Altair began humming, his usual cheery mood returning.
  • It might help us get a new angle on what we have here in Saltaire as well as finding out more about the other World Heritage sites.
  • With its laundry, library, almshouses and handsome non-conformist church, Saltaire was a grand achievement.
  • When finished listening, Altair made his way back to his horse, undid his bedroll, and began preparing to sleep.
  • Drea fumed, anger smoldering inside, and just when she thought she could be pushed no further, Altair started to sing.
  • One must de-orbit the ISS to have any latitude to do anything in the human spaceflight portion of the budget beyond the aforementioned RECURRING production and operations expenses on a yearly basis for Orion, Ares I, Ares V and the Altair Lander. Layoffs Begin, Ames Offers Buyouts - NASA Watch
  • More: "In the budget runout from FY09's enacted budget thru FY13 (the last year of the Bush Administration's budget), NASA's Science account (including Earth Science), INCREASES $1.224 billion while NASA's Exploration account DECREASES $3.02 billion due to the elimination of funding for the heavy-lift Ares 5 development and the Altair Lunar Lander (the budget maintains ~$25 million a year to be used for" studies "). Insight via Twitter into NASA Appropriations logic (or lack thereof) - NASA Watch
  • By meridian altitudes of E Bootes, a Coronae Borealis, a Lyrae (Vega), and Aquilae (Altair), Explorations in Australia, Illustrated,
  • Upon hearing them, the old woman wrapped Altair into an embrace similar to the one she'd given Ada, nearly squeezing the life out of him.
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