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SIXEL

A graphics language originally from Digital that superseded ReGIS. ReGIS to SIXEL conversion programs were available, and converters from ReGIS and SIXEL to TIFF, PostScript and other formats are also widely used.
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Sixel and Erin Mulvaney wrote, "represent 30,000 workers in oil refineries, chemical plants, pipelines and oil terminals nationwide, including 5,000 in the Houston area.
Airlines typically will consider adding flights when 70 percent of the seats on the existing flights are consistently sold, said airport marketing consultant jack Penning of Sixel Consulting who has been working with Pangborn Memorial Airport for several years.
A City of Naples Airport Authority have stated that, the airport authority board have selected Executive Director Ted Soliday to carry out negotiations with Sixel Consulting Group Inc.
I'm pleased Mark Sixel has a successful business he probably developed right here in Eugene.
Sixel, an airport consultant, about JetBlue's upcoming service in Worcester.
Sixel, "Schools' comp fund in red--If plan fails, burden would fall on taxpayers," Houston Chronicle, Business Section, August 4, 1991.
Relatively little attention, other than two major research projects (one cited by Carlson, 1992; Franklin, 1993) and a few individual case studies (Saddler, 1988; Szabo, 1990; Petrini, 1991; Sixel, 1991; Carlson, 1992; Washburn & Franklin, 1993), has been given to small businesses.
The behind-the-scenes creative team includes Academy Award([R])-winning director of photography John Seale ("The English Patient"); action unit director and stunt coordinator Guy Norris ("Australia"); editor Margaret Sixel ("Happy Feet"); production designer Colin Gibson ("Babe"); Oscar([R])-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan ("A Room with a View"); and makeup designer Lesley Vanderwalt ("Knowing").
Sixel talked to one employee benefits lawyer who said he did not see the decision as "having much impact.
Sixel, "Houston-area job growth goes 'boom'," The Houston Chronicle, March 9, 2013, http://www.
She was the beloved daughter of the late Lincoln and Ethel Sixel.