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Selah

(sē`lə), obscure Hebrew word occurring many times in Psalms and in Habakkuk. Its derivation is unknown. It may be a musical notation signifying a pause or the end of a phrase.
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Combining operations will give us a nationwide reach since we will have offices in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Selah, Washington," said Richard.
As a result, behavior problems have dropped significantly, said the Selah transportation director.
gt;EKF Diagnostics Selah reported a loss after tax for the period from acquisition to December 31, 2014 of PS0.
Selah Valley Canal (NSID's Main Canal) was put into operation in 1892.
In March, EKF announced it was acquiring Selah Genomics, Inc.
9 November 2015 - UK-based point-of-care diagnostics company EKF Diagnostics Holdings plc (AIM: EKF) has entered into an agreement with the majority of the former shareholders of Selah under which the shareholders release to EKF certain shares in EKF that had been issued as part of the consideration but held in escrow, and also to waive the right to receive any future earnout consideration and EKF agrees to waive any potential claims against the shareholders, the company said.
Selah Shipyard was established in Tuzla-Istanbul in 1982 by Selah Shipbuilding Industries, a group well-known since 1954 in Turkey's automotive and production sectors.
The company's vast operation in Selah spans several buildings, including a 160,000-square-foot storage facility known as the Comet Building.
He graduated from Selah High School of Selah, WA with the Class of 1987.
Second on the list is Selah Cafe and Tea Rooms on Station Road in Llanishen, while Castle Street's second entry in the top 10, Torre Coffee, is third.
Appendices contain 1) a cross-referenced index of relevant photographic collections; 2) a list of APES staff and committee members in 1875; 3) a copy of the firman authorizing its expeditionary work; 4) reproductions of documents held by the Palestine Exploration Fund (PEF) that are related to the APES; 5) a list of Dumas photographs reproduced as engravings in Selah Merrill's East of Jordan (1881), and 6) an index of maps belonging to the APES archives.
Selah captures a Lander only to have him stolen by her brothers, who want the ransom.