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selecta

(sɪˈlɛktə)
n
(Professions) slang a disc jockey
[C20: phonetic rendering of selector]
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Matthew Halvorsen, president and CEO of LSNE, said, 'We are very excited to expand our existing relationship with Selecta. Our expertise in development and GMP manufacturing makes us a strong partner for their project.
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14 December 2015 - US-based investment firm KKR has closed an agreement with Allianz Capital Partners to acquire their majority stake in Swiss coffee vending services company Selecta Group, the company said.
Those not playing the exchanges and looking for a saver could do worse than have a few bob on Paul Young's Selecta Mask (T6) who ran well to get within a length of the selection in the heats and looks well placed to take advantage of any slip ups.
European vending firm Selecta won the five-year contract worth pounds 1.5m.
Linfield Schofields took advantage of St Gerard's slip by taking over top spot with a 4-1 win over struggling Selecta.
Compass is returning pounds 500million to shareholders after private buyers paid pounds 772m for Selecta, which runs 150,000 food and drinks machines across Europe.
Compass sold Selecta to the private equity arm of German financial group Allianz for pounds 772.5m.
I HAVE to admit that the third series of Bo' Selecta! was pretty poor compared to the first two.
It's not unusual to see Bo' Selecta! stalker Avid gazing at pics of celebs, but you don't often see him staring at himself.