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    #1

    Smile ceL at Oxford

    Hallo,
    I just read in a book this mysterious word: ceL. It says that a sixteenth century scholar was 'a ceL at Oxofrd'. What does it mean?
    Thanks!

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    Re: ceL at Oxford

    I also don't know too, and feel "cel(here)" is weird

    I looked up the word in a dictionary :
    cel.=celebrated
    cel=cell phone
    cel=(medicine) centermeter/second
    Last edited by dodonaomik; 15-Jun-2009 at 02:27.

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