from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of sally, sallow.
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Return beef and salt pork to pot and add reserved marinade, beef stock, bay leaf, and saly and pepper to taste.
It saly that the BPO was requested by the requesting party to figure out how much they should list the property for or offer for financing but is not an appraisal.
A sign at the Winchester Department of Public Works, gives notice to residents that their is no sand or saly available due to budget cuts.