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cel

 (sĕl)
n.
A transparent sheet of celluloid or plastic, used to layer elements of an animated image on top of a background in order to reduce the number of elements that need to be re-created for each frame.

[Short for celluloid.]

cel

(sɛl) or

cell

n
(Film) short for celluloid2b, celluloid2c
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Four of the five CELS' packages include a SuperVisor U for the front windshield, a Citadel for the rear windshield, (2) MultiColor Par36 fog lights, (2) MultiColor XT4 side mirror lights, and a CELS control box.
His NHS knowledge will be hugely beneficial to CELS.
His appointment marks an important new chapter for CELS and his role on the board will be to assist in developing the organisation's objective to grow the North East healthcare economy by pounds 1 billion.
The first of its kind in North East England, the unit was fully occupied from opening and includes four early-stage life sciences businesses, identified by CELS as having significant commercial potential.
And it was that successful recruitment that led CELS to turn to the Chronicle for help again.
Director of markets and technologies at CELS Dr Keith Morris said: "Instep plays a crucial role in offering a managed development path for healthcare product and device ideas.
CELS was formed in 2001 and asked by regional development agency One NorthEast to boost the region's life sciences and healthcare sector.
Since being established in 2001, CELS has played a crucial role in One NorthEast's Strategy for Success initiative, helping generate innovation, competitiveness and economic growth for the region.
At CELS, he will drive plans to establish a network of business incubator facilities to house and nurture start-up and medium-sized healthcare companies in the region.