El

electromagnetic environmental effects

EL

Electroluminescent (display) + Erase Line

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Elevation.

El

In the religion of Phoenicia and Canaan, the god of creation, represented by the bull. ...
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El

the general term for `deity` in Semitic languages as well as the name of the chief deity of the West Semites. In the ancient texts from Ras Shamra ... [8 related articles]
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El

[crater] El is a crater on Ganymede. It has a small `pit` in its center. Craters with such a `central pit` are common across Ganymede and are especially intriguing since they may reveal secrets about the structure of the satellite`s shallow subsurface. ...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_(crater)

El

In Canaanite mythology, El was the father of the gods.
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el

the Dutch ell, a traditional unit of length equal to about 68-70 centimeters (roughly 27 inches). See the discussion of the ell, below.
Found on http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/dictE.html

EL

Evil Laugh
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El

[Cyrillic] El commonly represents the alveolar lateral approximant /l/. In Slavic languages it may be either palatalized or slightly velarized; see below. ==Allography== In some typefaces the Cyrillic letter El has a grapheme which may be confused with the Cyrillic letter Pe (П п; italics: П п). Note that Pe has a straight left leg, wit...
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El

[deity] In the Canaanite religion, or Levantine religion as a whole, El or Il was a god also known as the Father of humanity and all creatures, and the husband of the goddess Asherah as recorded in the clay tablets of Ugarit (modern Ra′s Shamrā—رأس شمرا, Syria).{sfn|Matthews|2004|p=79} The bull was symbolic to El and his son Ba...
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