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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.]
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The company plans to achieve revenues worth EGP 3bn during the course of the current year, of which EGP 2.5bn is expected from the Stella Di Mare 2 project and about EGP 500m from other ongoing projects.
But in 2011, Stella went to live with her aunt Chanelle Wilson, 26, in Dunkeld, Perthshire, and since then her confidence has soared.