A bass instrument of the violin family, held upright on the floor between the legs of the seated player
a large stringed instrument; seated player holds it upright while playing
The cello (pronounced ; plural cellos or celli) is a bowed string instrument. The word derives from the Italian violoncello. A person who plays a cello is called a cellist. The cello is used as a solo instrument, in chamber music, and as a member of the string section of an orchestra. ...
Barrett's oesophagus (American English: esophagus) (sometimes called Barrett's syndrome, CELLO, columnar epithelium lined lower oesophagus) refers to an abnormal change (metaplasia) in the cells of the inferior portion of the oesophagus. ...
Cello is a 2005 South Korean horror film.
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Ten Minutes Older is a 2002 film project consisting of two compilation feature films entitled The Trumpet and The Cello. The project was conceived by the producer Nicolas McClintock as a reflection on the theme of time at the turn of the Millennium. ...
A large stringed instrument of the violin family with four strings. (From lowest to highest C-G-D-A)
(Cellos) are usually tuned to a reference pitch of A4 at 440 Hz, though tuning to other frequencies, such as 442 Hz is also common.
Cellophane - Transparent film made from regenerated cellulose. Ranges in thickness, may be plain or barrier coated.
the proper way to answer the phone.
Trade jargon, from celluloid. Pinback button laminated with celluloid or other plastic.
Super clear cellophane window patch material. More costly than poly. Due to the expense, cello is not used as much as it once was. It can be too reflective, causing errors in OCR reading.
A four stringed tenor instrument of the violin family, played while held between the knees also called the Violoncello. The bow is shorter and thicker than one used to play violin. It was developed in the 1500's and plays an octave below the Viola.
A World Wide Web browser developed at Cornell University and integrated with gopher, WAIS, USENET and E-mail tools.