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cel

(sel),
A unit of velocity; 1 cm per second.
[L. celer, swift]
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As reported, Latvian dairy cooperative Piena Cels plans to team up with Estonian cooperative E-Piim and invest EUR 100 million in a new dairy plant in Estonia for processing milk supplied by Latvian and Estonian farmers.
REWARDING SUCCESS Cels managing director Mike Nichols speaks at the 2010 Cels awards dinner
"With three of last year's winners going on to win national awards, the Cels Business for Life Awards is an outstanding opportunity to highlight a company's a chievements."
The idea that 24 frames per second equals 24 complete cel set-ups per second, resulting in untold thousands of complete cel set-ups in a typical 22-minute animated episode.
CELS and MPE have anti-inflammatory effects in carageenan-induced acute inflammation, dose dependently and proinflammatory in histamine inflammation, in small doses.
We thought we could keep small teams of three or four people and do cel animation in the style of UPA.
Cels is also developing links with markets such as Nanjing in China, and offers help to businesses on how to handle the market analysis and regulation hurdling required to break into a new market.
One of the new recruits to join Cels Healthcare Network team is Andy Copland.
The free radical scavenging activity of MLS and CELS was measured by measuring [DPPH.sup.dot], following the methodology described by Blois (1958) wherein the bleaching rate of a stable free radical, [DPPH.sup.dot], is monitored at a characteristic wavelength in the presence of the sample.
Thus, Jones set out to re-create the cels. Rudman, with Jones, released limited edition, hand-painted and hand-signed eels modeled after scenes from the original cartoons.
Despite the current economic downturn the industry continues to thrive and in the last year Cels has helped to create 17 new healthcare companies and secure pounds 7.8m of new funding for regional businesses.
Working with the North East England Stem Cell Institute, CELS is offering 20 awards of pounds 1,000 each for ideas which could boost the North East economy.