- From Classical Hebrew סֶֽלָה (selāh) (Wiktionary)
“SELAH -- The parents of a young Selah boy who fell gravely ill last month after eating beef believed to be contaminated with E. coli is suing the JBS Swift Beef Co., which last month recalled hundreds of”
“SELAH -- A sports utility vehicle speeding out of the Interstate 82 rest area north of Selah tumbled down a cliff and into Selah Creek on Monday night, the Washington State Patrol said.”
“Worried about police manpower and possible violence from illegal immigrant rights activists, administrators and the board of the city-owned civic center in Selah, Washington have denied an application from the anti-illegal immigration group known as The Minutemen to rent space for meetings there.”
“The Minutemen are denied a public meeting place in Selah because the racist opposition is loud, belligerant and violent!”
“Unto these he addeth the word Selah; as it is a song, a note of elevation in singing; as it respects the matter, not the form, a note of admiration and special observation.”
“The word Selah (12533a30. gif) almost invariably marks the end of a strophe.”
“God, and therefore he called Selah (q.v.), their great fortress city, by the name of Joktheel (2 Kings 14: 7).”
“Fifthly, Selah is annexed, as a note commanding observation.”
“The true meaning of the word Selah is lost, and many definitions are conjecture, but after research, it seems to me that stressing the importance or exalting God are the best uses.”
“Selah" -- the pause marks this turning-point in the argument or experience.”
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