- Latin sabulum ("sand", "gravel") (Wiktionary)
“Bob Sabella is a high school math teacher who spends his free time editing a monthly online sf fanzine Visions of Paradise and blogging about sf.”
“Alejandro Sabella has been appointed coach of Argentina to replace Sergio Batista, who was sacked after the country's disappointing exit from the Copa América, the Argentinian news agency Telam reported.”
“Sabella coached Estudiantes to the Libertadores Cup in 2009 and was due to take over at Al-Jazira in the United Arab Emirates but Argentina's quarter-final defeat by Uruguay in the Copa América led to a change of mind.”
“I'm not sure anyone really believes he's in it for the reason he states—that he cares about consumers," said James Sabella , a plaintiffs' lawyer currently defending the Sirius XM settlement over Mr. Frank's objections.”
“But without class actions, said Mr. Sabella, corporate America will get a "free pass on a lot of questionable behavior.”
“The draw at River Plate's stadium in Buenos Aires is a disappointment for the national coach, Alejandro Sabella, whose team have only four points from three qualifiers.”
“No matter if Messi scores or not, as long as he is playing well everyone is happy," Sabella said.”
“Alejandro Sabella took over as Argentina coach in August after the team went out of the Copa América to Uruguay in the quarter‑finals.”
“Does Mr. Sabella seriously think that no one questions whether he is in the business of representing plaintiffs in class actions because he cares about consumers?”
“James Sabella, a lawyer who specializes in representing plaintiffs in class-action lawsuits, questions whether anyone believes that Ted Frank is in the business of challenging class-action settlements because Mr. Frank "cares about consumers" "A Litigator Fights Class-Action Suits," Law Journal, Oct. 31.”
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