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cel

(sel),
A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second.
[L. celer, swift]
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CEL manages private equity funds, venture capital funds, industry funds, mezzanine funds, parent funds, fixed income and equity funds.
those who have successfully supplied Toughened Glass, Size: 1960 X 985 mm to CEL in the
CEL Transact provides payment services to help people transfer money across international borders.
CEL Sheetmetal trades separately to China Enterprise, while both companies benefit from sharing resources at Telford.
With a worldwide workforce of 430 people, CEL today manages projects worth a total of pounds 150million a year.
CEL implemented the software applications it chose in phases, starting with human resources and benefits management and moving onto financial, order management, advanced supply chain planning, purchasing and business intelligence tools.
A GREAT way to get going is to buy serigraph cels (also known as sericels) - cheap, beautiful reproductions made in limited numbers of 1,000 to 7,500.
CEL plays an important and unique role in CEG's operation as its offshore asset-management flagship subsidiary.
They joined Mr TANG Shuangning, Chairman of China Everbright Group, Mr CAI Yunge, Deputy General Manager of CEL, and Mr CHEN Shuang, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of CEL, to present a toast together at the ceremony.
CASELLA CEL has announced a limited special offer on its noise at work kit, representing a saving of up to [pounds sterling]1400.
ENGINEERING and consultancy services group CEL manages projects all over the world, involving work valued at between pounds 100 million and pounds 150 million a year.
We characterized timothy genotypes divergently selected for NDF, ADF, ADL, HEM, and CEL concentrations and for ADL/HEM, ADL/CEL, ADL/HEM+CEL, and HEM/CEL ratios in a previous study (Claessens et al.