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  • And once again as though he were confronting the Romulan known as Sela.

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  • And once again as though he were confronting the Romulan known as Sela.

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  • And once again as though he were confronting the Romulan known as Sela.

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  • So Kedar is here put in general for that class of men. rock -- Sela, that is, Petra, the metropolis of Idumea and the Nabathoean

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Each issue revolves around sexy 'Sela', who has the ability to show people the 'error of their ways' through fairy tales, ultimately dispensing her own style of 'justice', while her nemesis 'Belinda' has similar, but more 'evil' powers.

    Archive 2010-02-01

  • "It doesn't say 'Sela', like the thing in the Psalms; I read it like that myself when I was wool-gathering just now; it says 'Ales.'"

    The Wisdom of Father Brown

  • "Sela" means "a rock," Petra in Greek; the capital of Idumea and Arabia-Petraea; the dwellings are mostly hewn out of the rock.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Residents such as Sela say they are law-abiding citizens and will obey, however reluctantly, any government order to leave their homes.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • ( "SELA"), it has completed the acquisition of Sela.

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  • Sela March has been offered a contract by Red Sage for her novella, “HARD HARVEST,” part of the “Three Kinds of Wicked” ménage à trois series.

    October’s Member News

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