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CEG

(Continuous Edge Graphics) A VGA RAMDAC chip from Edsun Labs that adds anti-aliasing on the fly. It can also calculate intermediate shades, thus providing thousands of colors on an 8-bit board that normally generates only 256 colors.
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CEL's ratings are driven by Fitch's belief that extraordinary support from CEG would be forthcoming for CEL in the event of stress, as we consider CEL as a core subsidiary of the group.
Theo Holmes, associate director in the office agency team at CBRE in Birmingham, advised CEG on the letting.
CEG said feedback received during the public consultation supported the wider proposals and also the removal of the bridge near the Hippodrome theatre.
Despite struggling to be in the lead during the first half of the game, CEG finished strong in the competition under the leadership of Bong Garcia, contributing 26 points, and the tandem of Anastacio Mendoza and Abarques who finished with 17 and 15 points respectively.
His counterpart at CEG, Deborah Carr, said that the merger was driven by growing customer demand for environmental services.
Neither CEG nor the ship's owner were immediately available for comment.
Vishwas Jain as a proprietorship concern in 1984, CEG was reconstituted as a private limited company in 1991.
CEG therefore sought the assistance of Ahrend due to its innovative back catalogue and proven approach to collaborating with design partners, offering the services of Ahrend's Dutch based Research and Development team to incorporate an exclusive design signature for Sabban's office furniture range.
International Resource News-2 November 2009-EDF to start process to close CEG deal(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Paul Richardson, of CEG, says this is a milestone in its multi-million pound investment in All Saints Office Centre.
The organization's goal of luring high-tech companies and top-notch talent to the area is a daunting charge, both in terms of geographic area--the region spans 18 counties--and interested parties, especially when you consider that CEG counts on a staff of only 20 employees.
The Commission took the view that the deal presented its merger authorities with no competition problems as the proposed acquirers have little business in common with Omega Bilance and CEG, which make and sell, respectively, scales and other weighing devices, and slicers and mincers for retail and catering customers.