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Definition of Catel

Catel
Catel Cat"el, n. [See Chattel.] Property; -- often used by Chaucer in contrast with rent, or income. ``For loss of catel may recovered be, But loss of tyme shendeth us,' quod he. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Catel from wikipedia

- Catel Muller (born August 27, 1964), who publishes under the name Catel, is a French comic book artist and illustrator. Muller was born in Strasbourg...
- Werner Catel (27 June 1894 – 30 April 1981), Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Leipzig, was one of three doctors considered an expert on the...
- Caspian American Telecom LLC (CATEL) is an American Azerbaijan Mobile Telecommunications Joint venture between the Azerbaijan government and US consortium...
- Catel–Manzke syndrome is a rare genetic disorder characterized by distinctive abnormalities of the index fingers; the cl****ic features of Pierre Robin...
- Franz Ludwig Catel (22 February 1778 – 19 December 1856) was a German painter. He spent most of his career in Rome. Catel was born at Berlin in 1778. He...
- Charles-Simon Catel (10 July 1773 – 29 November 1830) was a French composer and educator born at L'Aigle, Orne. Catel studied at the Royal School of Singing...
- (band), an Italian progressive rock group Sémiramis (Catel), an 1802 opera by Charles-Simon Catel Sémiramis (Destouches), an opera by André Cardinal Destouches...
- Gerhard to Dr Werner Catel, a pediatrician at the University Children's Clinic in Leipzig, and asked that his son be "put to sleep." Catel told him that this...
- Sémiramis is an opera by the composer Charles-Simon Catel. It takes the form of a tragédie lyrique in three acts. The French-language libretto by Philippe...
- pathological, it can present as a birth defect in multiple syndromes including: Catel–Manzke syndrome Bloom syndrome Coffin–Lowry syndrome Congenital rubella...
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