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By Seti's side there was another throne, that in which he had set dead Merapi with a crown upon her head.
Seti touched me, and pointed to her, and I pointed to the child.
"If such be Pharaoh's will, let Pharaoh's will be done," said Seti most humbly.
There was one thing, however, that Seti loved more than horses, or at least as much.Donovan Pasha And Some People Of Egypt, Complete|Gilbert Parker
They must long since have missed me at the House of Seti, perhaps discovered all my preparations, when seeking me in my room!Uarda, Complete|Georg Ebers
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Culture definitions for seti
A program devoted to the search for signals from other parts of the galaxy that would indicate the presence of advanced technological civilizations. Over the years, it has sometimes been funded by NASA, sometimes by private organizations.