silver cell

sil·ver cell

one of a number of cells seen in plaques of multiple sclerosis, having round or oval nuclei, the body of the cell containing many yellow or light brown particles; the cells are characteristic of multiple sclerosis, but are found in other conditions, including syphilis.
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A surge of techno-rock escaped from the small, silver cell phone on a table in the Grafton Community Television Studio.
Handfuls of keys and a tiny silver cell phone that hums and vibrates constantly.
Assistant Editor Sara Rimensnyder spoke to Hine in January (via a brand new, pocketsized, Alpine silver cell phone).
"The Nokia 8860, that's the one everyone wants," says Erika Boscari, a salesperson at the Case Phone store in a downtown shopping mall, as she pulls out the teeny silver cell phone carrying a bolivar price tag equivalent to nearly US$300.
The spectral response of the sheet silver BR cells in the red spectral range increased to a level greater than that of the sputtering silver cells (22% to 34% at 700 nm).
Even Ludo would be more of a test for the little silver cells than rock, paper scissors, or perhaps Berti the robot could be challenged to solve the problem of slow drop-off queues at Bank Quay Station.
Also in the Market Place - and almost a year old - is Silver Cells, which specialises in silver jewellery, costume jewellery, bags and belts to suite all budgets.
At the Silver Cells building, Bedlington, a restriction notice was put in place after it emerged work was being carried out while the premises was still occupied.