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  • At last, one day in May, Sella did not appear at the noonday meal.

    The Silent Readers

    William D. Lewis

  • Under this impression, it has been supposed that the Latins gave it the name of sella.

  • Who took two wives: the name of the one was Ada, and the name of the other Sella.

  • The cathedra, which was probably identical with the sella muliebris mentioned by Suetonius, was mostly used by women.

  • Bartelommeo,” he said to his companion, “we shall not cross the Sella to-day with our charming voyageur.

British Dictionary definitions for sella



Phillipe (filip). French Rugby Union football player; played 111 internationals for France (1982–95)
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sella in Medicine



n. pl. sel•lae (sĕlē)

A saddle-shaped anatomical structure; saddle.
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