SIXEL


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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A graphics language originally from Digital that superseded ReGIS.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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Before departing United Airlines for a directorship at Sixel Consulting Group in 2015, he was responsible for all phases of domestic new market planning, competitive analysis and strategy, as well as the coordination and implementation of new routes.
IMPACT: Sixel took more than 500 hours of high-impact footage on "Mad Max: Fury Road" and helped create a successful action film, winning an Oscar in the process.
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.
Sixel, an airport consultant, about JetBlue's upcoming service in Worcester.
Comments: "The KASD Web site is special in the amount of informational material available to parents and the community," writes Deb Sixel, director of student learning.
Sixel, Name, Rank and Job References, HOUSTON CHRON.
The media support the conviction that in this society an individual's earning power is directly related to the amount of education a person receives (Healy, 1994; Levine & Cureton, 1998; Sixel, 1995).
Sixel, "Schools' comp fund in red--If plan fails, burden would fall on taxpayers," Houston Chronicle, Business Section, August 4, 1991.