STEL


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AcronymDefinition
STELShort Term Exposure Limit
STELStellent, Inc. (stock abbreviation, AMEX)
STELSolar Terrestrial Environment Laboratory (Nagoya University; Japan)
STELShort Time Exposure Limit
STELStation de Traitement des Effluents Liquides (French: Liquid Effluents Treatment Station)
STELStandard Telecommunications
STELSupport & Test Equipment List
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BMIC and Siva Limited also entered into an option agreement in 2009, under which Siva Limited would have to buy BMICOs stake in STel at the same price that BMIC had paid for the acquisition.
BMIC and Siva also entered into an option agreement in 2009, under which Siva would have to buy BMIC's stake in STel at the same price that BMIC had paid for the acquisition.
Four of Stel's children have also benefitted from Peninsula bursaries for young musicians.
Batelco Group had disclosed in its financial accounts for the period ending 30 June 2011, that BMIC's investment in STel was presented as an asset held-for-sale," Batelco said in a statement.
STel has licences for Himachal Pradesh, Orissa, Bihar, Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir and Assam circles.
* Exposure monitoring - mandates monitoring every 12 months if samples register at or above the action level but at or below both the PEL and the STEL; every three months if above the PEL or the STEL for eight samples within a two-year period, then every six months.
Batelco added that it was not involved in the STel licence application process.
'We were never going to split up but things got quite bad for a while,' admits bass player James 'Stel' Stelfox.