one-star

one-star

Lacking in quality; inadequate. I couldn't spend another minute in that one-star hotel—it was positively filthy!
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Asuncion Placino to the rank of a one-star general on June 13.
We would like to apologise to the owners of Dovehouse Fish Bar, 361 Warwick Road West, Solihull, B91 1BQ, the photograph and name of which were incorrectly included in the feature listing one-star and zero food hygiene ratings for a number of establishments.
Three new restaurants were added to the two-star list, four new eateries made it to the one-star list, and one was dropped from the guide.
The Gosforth High Street Italian restaurant, pictured, was handed a one-star food hygiene rating following a June inspection.
On the website, Medicare said the nursing homes with a one-star staffing rating either lacked a registered nurse for "a high number of days" over three months, provided unverifiable payroll data, or didn't supply any payroll data, The Times reported.
Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) introduced an amendment that would require the Department of Veterans Affairs Inspector Generals office to conduct an investigation of all VA nursing homes rated an overall one-star rating in the two years prior to the enactment of her amendment.
'We're so happy, this is perfect,' said Kusano who, with Nishibori, went on a perfect 6-0 run in the one-star event.
In a first for Oman, the Oman Volleyball Association (OVA) will host the prestigious one-star FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour - Muscat Open - from Wednesday.
Earlier this year, it was given a one-star rating after reports of "mice activity" in the kitchen.
But one-star cars currently account for almost three-quarters of all the cars currently being produced in Iran.
Travel said of Luton, undergoing a PS110million expan sion: "Building work is no excuse for the one-star staff rating, lack of seats, shops or toilets and penny-pinching prices."
It has been a rich harvest for producers across the North East and Cumbria at this year's awards, with two three-star, 25 two-star and 63 one-star accolades handed out.
These can be personalbehold the one-star review I once received on Amazon for being "too Jewy; get over yourself" (a summation in which every word was spelled correctly, I imagine due mainly to the miracle of spell check).
And Outlane-based Fudgerrific gained a one-star award for its creme brulee fudge.
There are three threestar restaurants in the UK, two in London - including Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea - and one in Berkshire, 23 two-star restaurants and 143 one-star venues.