ECELEuropean Conference on e-Learning
ECELEscorts Construction Equipment Ltd. (crane manufacturer; India)
ECELEmerald Coast Emerging Leaders (est. 2005; Destin Area Chamber of Commerce; Destin, FL)
ECELEpithermal Critical Experiments Laboratory
ECELEntreprise Cenonnaise d'Electricité (French electric company)
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While much of the British environmental legislation has been developed with increasing reference to EU directives, the degree of ignorance towards ECEL among senior managers was rather disappointing.
Further analysis revealed that among the respondents who said that they were familiar with ECEL, more than half were from the Plc sector whereas the majority of those who were unfamiliar with ECEL were from the private sector [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].
Moreover, there also appears to be a correlation between degree of awareness of ECEL and size of a company's workforce.
Table IV Awareness of ECEL by number of employees Number of Aware of Not aware employees ECEL Per cent of ECEL Per cent Under 100 10 31.3 22 68.7 101-400 10 41.7 14 58.3 401-1,000 6 85.7 1 14.3 Over 1,000 4 50.0 4 50.0 Not sure 1 50.0 1 50.0
Frogs 965-6 and Ecel. 97 with scholia), was used to denote the female genitalia (Hesychios ?835).
Surgical and Medical Practices: Mahmut Ecel, Ayca Sari, Ali DelibaS, Concept: Mahmut Ecel, Ayca Sari, Design: Mahmut Ecel, Ayca Sari, Data Collection or Processing: Mahmut Ecel, Analysis or Interpretation: Mahmut Ecel, Literature Search: Mahmut Ecel, Ayca Sari, Writing: Mahmut Ecel.
Address for Correspondence: Mahmut Ecel MD, Private Tarsus Medical Park Hospital, Ophthalmology Clinic, Mersin, Turkey
Joe McKenna, who has written a cracking book on Birmingham's place names, feels that the meaning of the name is open to speculation - although it might derive from the Old English 'ecels', signifying cleared land added to an existing farm.