Seel

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For the animal, see Pinniped. For other meaning see Seal.

Seeling is a falconry training technique to temporarily blind a bird by sewing its eyes shut. See Medieval hunting.

Seel may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Adolf Seel (1829–1907), German painter
  • Cache Seel, the deck boss and only survivor of the FV Big Valley, which sank on January 15, 2005
  • Charles Seel (1897–1980), American actor
  • Karen Seel, commissioner in District 5, Pinellas County, FL
  • Pierre Seel (1923–2005), only French person to have testified openly about his experience of deportation during World War II due to his homosexuality
  • Wolfgang Seel (born 1948), German footballer
  • Steve Seel (born 1966), American disc jockey for 89.3 The Current in the Twin Cities, Minnesota

Seel may also refer to:

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