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CELO

Abbreviation for chicken embryo lethal orphan (virus).
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Los convencidos radicales de esta ultima postura, como San Bernardo, se oponian a los vitrales y a colorear iglesias, pues consideraban que el color disfrazaba la realidad de las cosas (hay etimologos para quienes las palabras color y celare -esconder-- tienen la misma raiz).
Per una storia del precepto 'Ars est celare artem'>>, Intersezioni.
Sobre las Cumbres de Rio de Janeiro y de Madrid, y el significado de la de Guadalajara, ver CELARE (2004).
Ars est celare artem," Horace observed, and he has always been the wisest of guides.
4) It is interesting that in The Three Perils of Man Hogg's monk is English, and therefore able to pepper his religious oratory with a dialect very close to that used in the King James Version three centuries after the action of the novel, raising the question of whether the fact that he is later revealed to be Roger Bacon might be a case of ars celare artem.
5 (1) Millones de dolares estadunidenses (2) Dolares estadunidenses Fuente: Datos de poblacion tomados de CELARE, 2002; datos del PIB tomados de CEPAL, 2002, ingresos per capita tomados de CEPAL, 2001.
N&B, currently McDonald's IS supplier of the Year, acquired Belfast-based information security specialists, Celare, in January, giving it direct access to the Northern Irish market.
Ars est celare artem, muttered Trellis, doubtful as to whether he made a pun.
Mater abest, digitis legem quae ponat, et ori, Et cogat tremulo murmure pauca loqui, Osculaque aridulis non continuanda labellis Carpere, quae juret barbara, quisquis amat, Et celare faces, et amici obtexere nomen, Multaque quae solers fingere discit Amor.
Instead, and in common with its understated metadramatic gestures and its relatively modest recourses to the type of theatricality generated by 'special effects', wordplay in the Cycle is apt to be a discreet presence, merged into an overall verbal texture that is itself informed throughout by the spirit of ars est celare artem.
At the same time, however, he may also be brilliantly applying the adage ars celare artem: there is no greater artistic refinement for the courtier - and the poet - than to deny that his work is the product of any craft whatsoever.
314) "Ars est celare artem," but At Swim-Two-Birds denies this at every turn, makes art expose its own artifice.