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su·per·cell

 (so͞o′pər-sĕl′)
n.
A severe, usually isolated thunderstorm characterized by a strong rotating updraft and often giving rise to damaging winds, electrical storms, flooding, large hail, and tornadoes.
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Translations
Superzelle
supercellule
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OneCell forms a single "super cell" indoors and eliminates handovers and border interference across large areas, creating a high performing LTE experience for end-users.
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On September 29th, South Australia was pummeled with super cell thunderstorms that brought down the entire power network overnight.
"Even if I'm in a super cell, there is only a small portion that contains tornadic activity--an area of about two miles.
The matchmaking will be based on the strength of the members, explained Super cell in the (http://forum.supercell.net/showthread.php/232849-Clan-Wars-FAQ) forum .
Besides offering virtualization, an MPU also enables scalable base station architectures, from small through macro to super cell.
To realize the true benefits of small cells, SK Telecom plans to develop and apply cell virtualization technologies such as Super Cell. Super Cell enables mobile operators to use cell virtualisation technologies to enhance network capacity by minimising inter-cell interference, ensure seamless call quality by removing handover, and benefit from cost-efficient operation of networks.
Repairs and compensation must be covered alongside efforts to improve drainage systems in order to minimise the impact of future 'super cell thunderstorms'.
The Spanish plume was behind three rare "super cell" thunderstorms that swept across the Midlands on Thursday bringing massive hailstones in some areas.
TOWER 3 A super cell in Arapaho, Oklahoma POWER J Tornado in Brice, Texas LIGHT WORK James took this behind his house in Oklahoma