seggar

seggar

(ˈsæɡə)
n
a box in which pottery is baked
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The Rev Jenny Seggar, of Nettlestead, said: "The families are devastated.
Brian Seggar, GM of Corruseal Packaging , added to the subject of innovation on the second day of the event by discussing opportunities for convertors to develop customer-driven packaging solutions.
According to Seggar, digital printing as a driver of packaging innovation is helping new players in the market to come into the sector at a low entry point.
UK business services firm Strontium (LON:STTM) said its fully-owned unit The Learning Eye (LEL) had sold its interest in Australian subsidiary The Learning Eye International for GBP67,800 (USD102,000/EUR83,080) cash to its director and stockholder Ian Seggar.
Based on literature indicating that greater perceived weight discrepancy is associated with lower psychological well-being (Bezner, Adams, & Steinhardt, 1997; Seggar et al.
Exercise performed for health reasons has been shown to be negatively associated with SPA (Eklund & Crawford, 1994) yet many females exercise to improve attractiveness (Eklund & Crawford, 1994; Seggar et al.
UK business services firm Strontium (LON:STTM) said Wednesday its fully-owned unit The Learning Eye (LEL) had sold its interest in Australian subsidiary The Learning Eye International for GBP67,800 (USD102,000/EUR83,080) cash to its director and stockholder Ian Seggar.