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mel

(mel),
1. Synonym(s): honey
2. Unit of pitch; a pitch of 1000 mels results from a simple tone of frequency 1000 Hz at 40 dB above the normal threshold of audibility.

RAB8A

A gene on chromosome 19p13.1 that encodes a member of the Rab subfamily of Ras-related small GTPases, which may play a role in transporting proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum to the Golgi apparatus and plasma membrane.

mel

(mel)
1. Synonym(s): honey.
2. Unit of pitch; a pitch of 1000 mels results from a simple tone of frequency 1000 Hz at 40 dB above the normal threshold of audibility.
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Mel said: "I look forward to supporting and working with the team to take the business to its next phase of evolution and growth.
But this will raise eyebrows and certainly will p*** off Mel.
"But Lorraine has also assured Mel through lawyers that she wants to put the past behind her and move on from just being known as Mel's ex-lover."
For Geri Horner, 46, it means she will not have to answer questions about any intimate relationship with Mel under oath after recent allegations of a fling between the pair.
"Mel told me she talked them around, and at that stage even Victoria was going to do it.
I'm going to ask him where my invite is because I haven't got mine yet, obviously Mel B said she has hers," Mel C said.
She and Geri Horner, Victoria Beckham, Mel C and Emma Bunton plan a documentary, a TV special and a compilation album.
10.50-R James (Mel), B Rollinson (WE), M Smith (WH).
Mel became one of the first patients to undergo Tomotherapy treatment at James Cook, which targets tumours with pinpoint accuracy.
Readers, most of the MEL article was straightforward, but we need to clarify that sentence.
Doctors at the University Hospital of Wales told Mel that it was his love of his allotment that kept him fit and healthy.