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uninc. village (1990 pop. 20,608), Suffolk co., SE N.Y., on Long Island. It is chiefly residential with some manufacturing.
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The tail was likely a sensory appendage, like an antenna, Selden said.
Nima Selden who calls herself a sociable person said she can handle any type of work.
So what conversations did "Rabbi" Selden have with his congregants?
Lily finds in Selden not someone who represents a stark alternative to a rich husband from high society, but rather the thing she inwardly craves most--status--even while her upbringing and culture demand greater attention to material wealth, or class.
A number of scholars (Kennedy, 2013; Meier & Bohte, 2001; Kelly, 2013; Selden, 1997; Selden, Brudney, & Kellough, 1998; Sowa & Selden, 2003) have argued that role acceptance provides an enriched set of insights into understanding the representativeness of bureaucracy, which might under different conditions be missed by the traditional link between social minority and representation.
But the services and advice they can provide is sometimes all that's needed, Selden said.
Capital One provided adjustable-rate loans totaling $28 million to refinance two suburban New York shopping centers--Selden Plaza, a 229,000 s/f retail center with office space in Selden, New York, and Towne Center, a 43,000 s/f center in Glen Cove, New York.
Selden has recently completed a distinguished term as the 65th President of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the world's largest professional and educational organization for neurosurgeons.
London: The Selden Map and the Making of a Global City, 1549-1689, by Robert K.
Adjacent to Cannon Mountain Ski Area and the Lafayette Ridge of the White Mountains, the new area makes use of the historic buildings of what was New England ski area design pioneer Selden Hannah's 640-acre farm.
Waszkiewiez, a nursing student at Suffolk County Community College's Ammerman Campus in Selden, N.