Selden


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Selden

(ˈsɛldən)
n
(Biography) John. 1584–1654, English antiquary and politician. As a member of Parliament, he was twice imprisoned for opposing the king
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One George Harris, and Eliza Harris, and their son, and Jim Selden, and an old woman.
Priciest home sales in Selden (1174) February 201 The three highest-priced home sales in Selden last month ranged from $345,000 to $390,000.
That's why the new one is really interesting, apart from the fact that it's much younger - it seems to be an intermediate form," researcher Paul Selden said in the Kansas statement.
Twenty-eight year old Nima Selden from Rolam village under Yalang gewog, Trashiyangtse Dzongkhag is the youngest and only woman aspiring National Council (NC) candidate from Trashiyangste.
Tolliver gave Detroit a three-point lead with a pair of free throws, and then purposely fouled Wayne Selden with 2.
Detroit Pistons forward Blake Griffin (23) defended by Memphis Grizzlies guard Wayne Selden.
Rabbi" John Selden used to spend many evenings enjoying a glass of sack or a pint of ale (or several) at the Mermaid Tavern located between Friday and Bread Street.
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From 2003 to 211, Selden worked for the NATO Parliamentary Assembly, an international organization that brings members of parliament from member states to discuss matters of mutual concern.
Many other characters--and not just women--exemplify this principle, including Lawrence Selden and Ned Silverton, who have access to high society despite a relative lack of economic clout.
This study directly builds on the work of Selden, Brewer and Brudney (1999) and Sowa & Selden (2003).
Entiat's Priscilla Selden is both pioneer and guinea pig in the field of law, as one of the first limited licensed legal technicians in the state--and the country.