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A large sitting-room, drawing room, or reception room that is furnished with chairs or benches.
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sup][1] However, xanthogranulomas of the sellar region are very rare, and it is difficult to preoperatively diagnose xanthogranulomas of the sellar region because there is no specific clinical and radiological feature.
Speaking on the Nolan Show yesterday, Rev Sellar said: "If some have taken my remarks out of context and that has caused hurt, obviously I regret that.
The trial was told that Sellar, who had six previous convictions for knife possession and assault, plunged the knife into his own body after stabbing Jamie.
Ms Sellar, 49, told the inquest at Swansea Coroner's Court that she keeps two of her own horses, called Billy and Hector, near Llangennith beach, and offered to take Ms Jones, who was from Herefordshire, on the ride at 8am.
A 26-storey residential building being developed by Sellar and REM acting on behalf of LBQ Fielden Ltd, a joint venture between the State of Qatar and Sellar, is scheduled for completion in 2018.
Mr Sellar said he was in talks with at least three potential tenants, expected to take about 9290m[sup.
Neurosurgeons describe the diagnosis and management of tumors in the sellar and parasellar region at the base of the skull.
For nearly fifty years Ian Sellars steered the family business from a small 32m (2) (370sq feet) office employing 7 people, into a global manufacturer and supplier of inspection equipment for the coatings and concrete industries, employing over 200 staff in 6 offices and a comprehensive global network of over 150 distributors.
While Sellar and Yeatman took a satirical look at the way history was taught in schools, their classic work has more than a ring of truth to it today.
Miss North, from Radford, Coventry, and Miss Sellar, of Villiers Road, Kenilworth, were part of a group of 35 addressed by the countess, in her first official engagement as president of Girlguiding UK.
The current Duke of Sutherland, in whose family interests the tyrant Sellar operated, is, with a net worth of PS580million, the 15th wealthiest individual in Scotland.
Sellar takes the reader on a journey through his time as the UN's "lone ranger," the most senior law enforcement official combating international illegal animal trade.