initialism Etymology: From "elongation, elongation factor RNA polymerase, polymerase II"
- (biology) a protein found in a Cajal body
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Etymology: From eln "unit of measure of 45 inches," originally "length of the arm," from Proto-Indo-European "elbow, forearm".
- A measure for cloth. An English equals 1.25 yards, whereas a Scottish measures only 1.0335 yards (http://www.onlineunitconversion.com). A Flemish ell measured three quarters, (27 inches).
- An extension usually at right angles to one end of a building.
- Something that is L -shaped.
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