Origin of Polaris
Definition for polaris (2 of 2)
Origin of Polari
Examples from the Web for polaris
I am pleased to announce our work in partnership with two human-rights groups there: the AHA Foundation and the Polaris Project.When Marriage Is a Crime: A New U.K. Law Could Change Lives|Jasvinder Sanghera|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Larry Kramer is senior adviser at Polaris Venture Partners, a venture-capital firm.
Larry Kramer is senior advisor at Polaris Venture Partners, a national venture-capital firm.
Larry Kramer is senior adviser at Polaris Venture Partners, a national venture capital firm.
How far away from Polaris will the precession carry the pole?A Text-Book of Astronomy|George C. Comstock
Polaris is now a little over a degree from the north pole of the heavens.Astronomy for Young Folks|Isabel Martin Lewis
The cadets of the Polaris unit spun on their heels in unison and marched from the room in perfect order.The Space Pioneers|Carey Rockwell
The two Solar Guard officers climbed into another waiting jet boat and shot away from the Polaris toward the tower.Treachery in Outer Space|Carey Rockwell and Louis Glanzman
Among the effects in the camp was a small oil-stove, which Polaris greeted with brightened eyes.Polaris of the Snows|Charles B. Stilson
British Dictionary definitions for polaris (1 of 2)
- a type of US two-stage intermediate-range ballistic missile, usually fired by a submerged submarine
- (as modifier)a Polaris submarine