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DECCADepartment of Commerce and Community Affairs (East Moline, IL)
DECCADevelopment and Construction Corporation of America
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Decca Industries is now conducting an identical rig-up on one of Terex's recently launched Crossover 8000 models.
His family said: "Tony Wilkinson and his partner Decca Aitkenhead were on holiday in a village on the south coast of Jamaica with their two sons, aged three and four.
She said of the new, three-album deal: "It is exciting and special to be returning to Decca - a decade after they first signed me.
CHANGE OF PACE Above, drummer Decca with John Leslie from Warm Zone; right, with Angelic Upstarts singer Mensi, back in 1979
SOUNDS GOOD Kristyna Myles, signed up by Decca, is helping the homelessness charity Centrepoint
Trefnwyd y noson gan gwmni teledu Boomerang a Decca Records hefo cynulleidfa ddethol sy'n cynnwys teulu a ffrindiau'r pedwar yn ogystal 'r panel.
Mark Wilkinson, Director of Marketing for Decca, has worked with many of the Welsh artists and groups which have recorded under the Universal umbrella over the past 10 years, including Bryn Terfel, Aled Jones and Katherine Jenkins.
Pam was too vague, and Debo too sane, to be moved by extremists, but Decca veered hard in the other direction, eloping in 1937 with Esmond Romilly (a nephew of Clementine Churchill), an ardent left-winger who shared her budding devotion to communist theories, and who had fought with the Loyalist Army in Spain.
DECCA became an accredited NCFE IIQ training provider in July 2006 and offers an extensive range of courses for young people and adults in drug awareness.
John Morris, owner of Decca Print, needs to dispose of the guillotine because he is retiring and can no longer store it.
Larsen's works are widely recorded on such labels as Angel/EMI, Nonesuch, Decca and Koch International Classics.
But it proved such a hit with their staff, they are now in talks with Decca and writer Spike Milligan to release it as a single.