At another point in the film, Dr. Sella even confesses that they are indeed aborting babies that have been brought to term.
The nose-leaf has a narrower outline and its Sella is more wedge-shaped; the lancet slender with a wedge-shaped tip.
At last, one day in May, Sella did not appear at the noonday meal.
Sella's photograph of the Caucasus range thus islanded is the best-known example of that kind of view.
Who took two wives: the name of the one was Ada, and the name of the other Sella.
A special form of the Sella was the famous curule chair (Sella curlis), having curved legs of ivory (Fig. 71).
The cathedra, which was probably identical with the Sella muliebris mentioned by Suetonius, was mostly used by women.
Well be poor little emigrant girls that want to Sella 154 da nice-a goods, lady!
Their guides, in all probability, would be returning over the Sella Pass, and would charge far less for the journey.
Sella also brought forth Tubalcain, who was a hammerer and artificer in every work of brass and iron.
sella sel·la (sěl'ə)
n. pl. sel·lae (sěl'ē)
A saddle-shaped anatomical structure; saddle.