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Starling is a family of birds.
Starling may also refer to:
- Starling (surname)
- Ernest Starling, British physiologist, best known for Frank–Starling law of the heart
- Jim Starling, a series of novels for children written by Edmund Wallace Hildick
- Starling, a fictional character in the animated television show Storm Hawks
- Starling Marte
- The Starlings, 1990s alternative rock band
- The Starlings, a coloratura soprano duo from the 1930–40s
- Kristy Starling, a Contemporary Christian Music singer
- In the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs, based on the 1988 book of the same name, Clarice Starling is a young U.S. FBI trainee who seeks the advice of the imprisoned Dr. Hannibal Lecter to apprehend a serial killer known only as "Buffalo Bill."
- Starling, Greater Manchester, a settlement in the Metropolitan Borough of Bury, England
- Armstrong Whitworth Starling, a 1920s British fighter aircraft
- HMS Starling, several ships in the British Royal Navy
- Starling (dinghy), a sailing dinghy
- Starlings (TV series), a British comedy drama airing on Sky1
- Starling (architecture), a defensive bulwark, usually built with pilings or bricks, surrounding the supports (or piers) of a bridge or similar construction; can also be spelt sterling
- Starling (structure), the supports (or piers) of a bridge
- Starling (software), a light-weight persistent queue server that speaks the MemCache protocol
- Starling Framework, an open source framework for ActionScript development
- Starling Equation, an equation that illustrates the role of hydrostatic and oncotic forces (the so-called Starling forces) in the movement of fluid across capillary membranes.
- Starling, a member of the Birds of Prey in DC Comics
- STARLING, a macrocomparativistical etymological online database established by Sergei Starostin
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