ExCeL


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AcronymDefinition
ExCeLExhibition Centre London (UK)
EXCELExpanded Clinical Evaluation of Lovastatin
EXCELExcellence Through Commitment to Education and Learning (US Navy)
ExCELExcellence Uniting Culture, Education and Leadership (Student Success Program)
EXCELExamining Conflicts in Employment Law (US EEOC)
EXCELExperimental Chloride Extraction Line
ExCELExpanding Capacity for Effectiveness and Leadership (New York and Illinois)
EXCELExpanded Curriculum for Exceptional Learners (educational program; Indiana)
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The book was open at a hymn not ill adapted to their situation, and in which the poet, no longer goaded by his desire to excel the inspired King of Israel, had discovered some chastened and respectable powers.
You will thus see how much my ships excel all others, and what magnificent oarsmen my sailors are.
Order whatever you like for supper -- the only thing I specify is one of those pies; and tell the confectioner that I will promise him my custom if he excels this time in his pies -- not only now, but when I leave my prison.
You pick the things for what they can excel in--for what they can excel in.
Then Pallas Minerva put valour into the heart of Diomed, son of Tydeus, that he might excel all the other Argives, and cover himself with glory.
These females are passionately fond of dancing, and in the wild grace and spirit of the style excel everything I have ever seen.
Twas there I got my taste, which, you must have often seen, is excel lent.
As the Indians of the plains who depend upon the chase are bold and expert riders, and pride themselves upon their horses, so these piscatory tribes of the coast excel in the management of canoes, and are never more at home than when riding upon the waves.
He was peculiarly qualified for, and already began to excel in, the wild accomplishments of frontier life.
They that desire to excel in too many matters, out of levity and vain glory, are ever envious.
Is it in French alone, monsieur, that you excel, or are you, perhaps, a great linguist?
Only at evening, as he returns from the chase, he sounds his note, playing sweet and low on his pipes of reed: not even she could excel him in melody -- that bird who in flower-laden spring pouring forth her lament utters honey-voiced song amid the leaves.