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Etel a.k.a. Étel is a commune in the Morbihan department of Brittany in north-western France.
Etel is a fictional character from the 1964 film Hercules the Invincible.
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by S.V. Nagaraj
describe ETEL. ETEL is a newspaper-based distributed information system. ETEL is a subset of the Web and provides an assurance of the ...
A Beginner's Guide to Creating Symbian OS v9 Smartphone Applications in C++ by Steve Babin
ETEL Server ETEL is a low-level server used to establish a connection with a communication device. It provides an abstracted telephony API to its clients, with functions for tasks such as establishing the connection, terminating the connection, ...
by Charles Bertram Black
Etel is a fishing village, with a small harbour, of difficult access on account of a dangerous bar. Plouharnel to Quiberon. — From Plouharnel the rail and the road pass along the peninsula to the Bourg of Quiberon, 8J m. S. , but very little of the ...
Touraine and Brittany, their Celtic monuments and ancient castles, ocean and sea-bathing stations, places of pilgrimage, the Loire from Orleans to the ocean (1901)
Illustrated by twelve coloured maps and fourteen plans by Charles Bertram Black, Geraldine Edith Mitton
Etel is a fishing village, with a small harbour, of difficult access on account of a dangerous bar. Plouharnel to Quiberon. — From Plouharnel the rail and the road pass along the peninsula to the Bourg of Quiberon, 8J m. S., but very little of the ...
Norwegian Dictionary (2015)
Norwegian-English, English-Norwegian by Forlang A.S. Cappelens
away legge ete til side; gjemme/spaee (pki; dgl speree inne (pi atyl etel; tydde as reien (= deepel; ~ hark legge ete tilhake; fuerinke, hemme; sja gjete rendereis; — hy legge ete til side; — dnwn sene ele fm seg; heme/ta ned; setie ned; sli ned; ...
A Middle-English Dictionary (1891)
Containing Words Used by English Writers from the Twelfth to the Fifteenth Century by Francis Henry Stratmann, Henry Bradley
etel. exactour. etel, adj., O.E. etol, cf. O.H.G. ezal ; gluttonous; aetul Mat. xi. 19; comp, ofer-eteL oten, v., O.E. etan, = O.L.G. etan, O.N. eta, Goth, itan, O.Fris. ita, O.H.G. ezan, Lat. edcre; ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
PoCK'ETEL), pp. PoCK'ETFUL, n. ful, plu. PoCK'ETFULs, as much as a pocket will hold. PoCKET-Book, a case containing a memorandum-book, loose papers, etc. PoCKETGLAss, a portable looking-glass. PoCKET-HANDKERCHIEF, a ...
by John Oswald
centrip'etel, a. competency, n. ap'petent, a. "compatible, or com'pefent, a. compel'ible, a. com'pefently, ad.
A Santali-English dictionary (1899)
by A. R. Campbell
Etel To make a fence, to fence, to enclose with a fence of branches. Jhantite etedme. Fence it with branches. Etei: acurakaf tahekana. It was fenced all round. Etete. \Uncomfortable feeling in Jom et ete. J stomach after having eaten too much.
by Barton James
Pressnoe EtEl 'Eilattner Eininner' web Pres-anos _ BilletII "Eeti'lunefiîlooitrnan Univers ...
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