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PEL

Abbreviation for permissible exposure limit.

Pel

(pĕl),
Pieter K., Dutch physician, 1852-1919. See: Pel-Ebstein disease, Pel-Ebstein fever.

PEL

abbreviation for permissible exposure limit.

PEL

1. Permissible exposure level.
2. Permissible exposure limit, see there.
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Pel began playing for Santos at 15 and his national team at 16.
To determine the relationship between PEL and BCG measurements of serum albumin, we retrieved information on all patient samples that had been subjected to both assays within a 1-year interval.
Calling the cut to the current PEL the wrong regulatory approach, and an action that will cost American businesses in excess of $8.
The Tinah-1 well will be drilled adjacent to the permit boundary of PEL 91 and on trend with the Bauer, Chiton and Hanson discoveries.
Bydd rhai o brif chwaraewyr Cymru yn chware yn y gem gyffrous hon, a bydd modd gweld y cyfan yn fyw ar S4C wrth i Gareth Roberts a thim Y Clwb Pel - Droed Rhyngwladol ddarlledu'n fyw o'r maes.
Adrian Wolstenholme and Bob Maxwell, partners at Kroll's Corporate Advisory and Restructuring Group, were appointed joint administrators to holding company Pel Limited and its operating subsidiaries, Pel Project Management and Pel Building Services, as well as Pel Investment and its subsidiary Pel Stadium Seating.
The highest guaranteed bid was offered on Block CO2009-A which directly abuts the northern borders of ACOR's PEL 112 concession (see map).
Jura will vigorously defend its interest in the Badin IV South block and further information with regard to the potential discovery as well as the proceedings with PEL will follow in due course.
Protecting workers from respirable crystalline silica exposures above the PEL of 50 [micro]g/cu.
In keeping with this tradition of engineering excellence PEL launched its latest refrigerator, the PEL Desire Infinite, at an exhibition at the Epicentre Lahore recently.