The pole star, a trinary star in the constellation Ursa Minor that currently lies close to the north celestial pole; Alpha (Î±) Ursae Minoris (proper-noun)
A type of U.S. ballistic missile, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and designed to be launched from a submarine. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Polaris
Then swelling into a roar, there was one word chanted over and over -- "_Polaris -- Polaris -- Polaris_ ...."
Polaris also enhances the riding experience with a complete line of Pure PolarisÂ® apparel, accessories and parts, available at Polaris dealerships.
He said relying on the submarine-launched nuclear missiles just then coming into production under the name Polaris could remove the U.S. landmass as an inevitable first strike target and virtually make a first strike incapable of degrading our retaliatory deterrent capacity.
East West Bancorp Inc. and Kansas City Southern, and added to positions in Polaris Industries Inc. and Cabela's Inc.Mr. Mulholland still holds all of them and says he typically holds onto shares for three to five years.
And Polaris is all about conversation, so why not use its brilliant conflict and negotiation system?