Two star


Two star

Two star or two stars can refer to:

* "2 Stars" is a song by Meaghan Martin, performed for the highly successful Disney Channel made-for-TV movie Camp Rock.
* 2 star rank, senior military rank
* A grading of a hotel or restaurant, see star (classification)
* A grading of a movie, TV, theatre or musical work or performance, see star (classification)
*The Two Stars (ballet), first performed 1870 in Russia
*Two Stars for Peace solution, Israel-Palestinian conflict

ee also

For other numbers of stars, see .


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