Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A Middle English form of celure.
  • n. A Middle English form of seller.

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Examples

  • M troszke choruje (kaszel, katar). pozniej? wspolne zakupy w ` jarzynce `: kalafior, brokuly x2, marchew, pietruszka, seler, por, salata, itp. zrobilismy zupe kalafiorowa!!!

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  • Thenne the boteler or panter shall sette the seler in the myddys of the tabull accordyng to the place where the principall soverain shalle sette, and sette his brede iuste couched unto the salte-seler; and yf ther be trenchours of brede, sette them iuste before the seler, and lay downe faire the kervyng knyves, the poynts to the seler benethe the trenchours.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Principall tabill, and ther honestly and clenly avoyde and withdrawe all the servise of the high table. [d]  ther-to the kerver muste be redy, and redely have a voyder to geder in all the broke brede, trenchours, cromys lying upon the tabill; levyng none other thyng save the salte-seler, hole brede (yf any be lefte), and cuppys.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Thenne here-uppon the boteler or panter shall bring forthe his pryncipall salte, and iiij or v loves of paryd brede, havyng a towaile aboute his nekke, the tone half honge or lying uppon his lefte arme unto his hande, and the kervyng knyves holdyng in the ryght hande, iuste unto the salte-seler beryng.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Thenne the seconde seler att the lower ende, with ij paryd loves therby, and trenchours of brede yf they be ordeyned; and in case be that trenchours of tree shalbe ordeyned, the panter shall bryng them with nappekyns and sponys whenne the soverayne is sette att tabill.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • Make sure to research ebay seler to see if they are willing to work with you if you think there are issues. ebayers that won't respond to messages in the beginning, means you shouldn't buy from them ... they'll ignore you later when you have an issue ....

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