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stella

 [stel´ah] (L.)
star.

stel·la

, pl.

stel·lae

(stel'ă, -ē),
A star or star-shaped figure.
[Mod. L.]

stel·la

, pl. stellae (stel'ă, -ē)
A star or star-shaped figure.
[Mod. L.]

stella

pl. stellae [L.] star.
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Aiden's life fell apart when he thought Stella was going to die but now that she will be around for a long time, he will be forced to reevaluate his decisions.
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All guests at the Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel can enjoy the facilities of its two sister hotels.
The company has delivered 70% of them (8,000 units), and plans to deliver the remaining units over the next three years in conjunction with delivering the Stella Di Mare 2 project.
STaR Stella wears her Face Of The Globe sash and holds a Rainbow Child Foundation bear.
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Stella Travel Services is a significant contributor to inbound tourism to the UAE and the partnership between the two companies will help build both Dubai and the region s reputation as a premier travel destination.
Based in Chester, UK, Stella Travel Services and its brands cover key segments of the UK travel market with its retail, franchise, wholesale, online and call centre capabilities.
After he leaves for the States, the all-too-corporeal Stella discovers she is pregnant and gets kicked out of Edna and Gerry's house.
The ECHO has teamed up with Dogs Trust Merseyside to help find a new home for Stella and the many dogs the charity rescues.
Stella Bain is not a page-turner; instead, Shreve's writing creates an atmosphere you long to immerse yourself in, one that is filled with interesting, distinctive characters you want to learn more about.
Stella (Sky One, 9pm) FOR some people, Friday nights have traditionally been all about Stella, though it was drinking it rather than watching it that kept them salivating during the week.