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- n. Happiness, fortune.
- n. The right time or occasion for something, an opportune moment.
- n. greeting, salutation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of seal, seal, seel.
Chief among them is the arcane text-entry system, which requires hitting directional arrows to move a cursor around a screen of letters and numbers, sele cting one and then repeating again and again to spell out an entire word.
That's the sort of thing that put Dubya in the White House. sele
Mashariki * - sel - "to winnow"; PESB * - sele "basket"; e.g.,
One tray, the * - sele, was innovated at least as far back as the proto-Eastern-Savanna Bantu period when it designated a "winnowing basket," while the * - ungo "winnowing/sifting basket" may represent a PNECB innovation from a Mashariki verb that meant "to winnow."
Such advances have enhanced our ability to deal with a variety of quality-of-life-altering conditions such as spinal deformity, fracture, tumor, instability and infections as well as sele cted patients with failed surgical procedures
Microtutoring would result in a new way to differentiate learning levels within one class as well as facilitating improved teacher sele …
She gave them the sele of the day and stood still herself; but the man with the ash-wand said: Hail, thou man; but we would have thee come no nearer a while, though thy voice be sweet: for we know what things they be which thou bearest, and that thou art a warrior.
When she was come on to the greensward she spake to Birdalone in a sweet voice, but thin with eld, and gave her the sele of the day; and Birdalone was somewhat afraid to see a newcomer, but she greeted her, drawing back a little from her shyly.
She stood before him, and gave him the sele of the day, and he looked on her sorrowfully.
Her heart beat quick and her face changed, yet she hastened, and was shod and stood up in knightly array by then he stayed his steps some five paces from her, and gave her the sele of the day in courteous wise; and she strove to think that he had not seen her, or at least noted her otherwise dight; yet her heart misgave her.
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