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seil

(saɪl)
vb (tr)
to strain
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SEIL reported a 12 per cent rise in operational profit for the first quarter to SGD 75 million from SGD 67 million in the same quarter a year ago due to better performance from its renewable energy business.
SEIL will satisfy the consideration of USD 3.6m by the allotment and issuance of 1,176,087 preferred shares of the company at a price of USD 3.061 per share.
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RADIO & TV HOST CAT HARVEY Tigh-an-Truish, Seil They have a lovely side beer garden but the best place to sit is on the benches in front.
We freeze them and label them so we can say whether they are Glencoe midges, Seil midges or Loch Lomond midges."
SEIL has facility to generate upto 12 MW of power at its Kothapeta plant.
HISTORIC: High Sheriff of Merseyside, Ian Meadows, whose firm helped surface the deck of the Sound of Seil | ferry, pictured, inset, left, with sister ve| ssel Sound of Soay - one of the first ships to be built at Cammell Laird shipyard,inset, top left, in more than 20 years Pictures: JAMES MALONEY
Honda Seil, a subsidiary of Honda Motor Company (NYSE: HMC) (TYO: 7267), is launching its new City in India.
SEIL was incorporated in 1999 as a subsidiary of Pyxis Technology Solutions Ltd (PTSL).
By LTJG Kara Seil, SC, USN, and SFC Albert Galvan, USA
Yr ochr arall i'r bont, ar Ynys Seil, roedd yna hen dy tafarn diddorol iawn o'r enw "Tigh an Truish", ac ystyr yr enw ydi "Ty y Trowsus".
Portraits of Seil, Campbell, Rice and Long will hang along with previous honorees in the Communications Building.