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I rarely comment on these matters being somewhat divorced from the "ins and outs" of the American Space Political scene but must interject re Nella Selim's comment.
Said Selim's teeth rattled on the floor like dominoes.
CHAPTER XXVIII 2010
"Well, evidently this person decided to force our hand," Sahib said thoughtfully-and as Nan looked up when they passed under a streetlamp, she saw that both his face and Selim's were grim.
The Wizard Of London Lackey, Mercedes 2005
And even staunch old Selim's hand shook as he recorded the cataclysmic, earth-shaking death-howls of the monstrosity, which died not alone; for half-score of his slayers perished with him, in ways that Selim would not or could not describe.
People of the Dark Howard, Robert E. 2005
Selim's administrative reforms primarily involved the reorganization of the scribal service according to higher standards of honesty and efficiency.
Selim's eldest son, who took over after his father's death in late 1574, was the last of the sultans to possess some field experience before assuming the throne.
c. 1570 2001
Some of Selim's supporters took refuge at Ruschuk in Bulgaria with the local governor, Bayrakdar Mustafa Pasha, who emerged as the leader of the movement to restore Selim III.
As a puppet of the conservative power figures behind the reaction, Mustafa IV decreed the end of Selim's reforms and the restoration of the preexisting arrangements.
"You know, you might have pointed out that you lacked the strength to handle the object in question, even with Selim's help."
The Mummy Case Peters, Elizabeth 1985
That scar-face maid of Mis 'Selim's put everything -- garbage and trash -- in a big garbage can outside the back door, and I burnt 'em up.
Murder at Bridge Anne Austin
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