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Definition of the noun sallee
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- [Australia] Any of various wattles (trees).
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The United Service Magazine (1844)
From hence to Sallee is a plain, irrigated by a number of streams, which become torrents in winter; in one part is a considerable lake, called Bahr, and the whole, together with its exuberant vegetation, reminds one of the Pontine Marshes.
Southern School Journal (1900)
Sallee is a strong advocate of the public school. KENTUCKY STATE COLLEGE The Kentucky State College opened on September oth, and before the end of the month had a total registration of 490 students. The year's work is now well ...
Conflict After the Cold War (2017)
Arguments on Causes of War and Peace by Richard K. Betts
The essential point and concern expressed by Major Sallee is that an army's core capability is to fight at ...
At the Gates of Dawn (2011)
A Collection of Writings by Ella Young, John Matthews, Denise Sallee
DENISE SAllEE Denise Sallee is a California historian, with a graduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles and a visual artist. Denise is the author of Daughters of Time, a novel for young adults, and is currently working on ...
In 6 Volumes by James Playfair
The road thence to Sallee is an uncultivated heath. Agmet, formerly a considerable town, and some time a royal residence, now a ruinous place, pleasantly situate on a declivity of Atlas, and almost surrounded by fertile and agreeable vallies to ...
From Passion to Objectivity (2007)
International and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Service-Learning Research by Shelley H. Billig, Sherril B. Gelmon
Sallee is a doctoral candidate and research assistant in the Center for Higher Education Policy Analysis at the University of Southern California. Kalawathie (Bella) Sattar is the director of the Centre for Quality Promotion and ...
Sallee is a walled town, and has a battery of 24 pieces of cannon, which commands the road, and a redoubt that defends the entrance of the river. The road can be frequented with safety only in summer, ...
The Monthly Evening Sky Map (1917)
HOWARD SALLEE. [Mr. Sallee is a Sergeant in the U. S. A., and has recently been ordered home ...
Sallee is a Sergeant in the U. S. A., and has recently been ordered home for duty.—Editor.] THE EVENING SKY MAP IS HIGHLY MANY OF OUR MOST DISTINOL'ISIIF FOR TIIE GREAT WORK IT IS DOING POPULAR ASTRONOMY.
Paint, Oil and Drug Review (1914)
Sallee is a civil engineer. The Peaslee-Gaulbert Company not only talks the value of paint, but is using it liberally on the front of the big Main-street store. The whole front of the building is being painted in a brilliant orange which shows up ...
by David L. Porter
SALLEE, HARRY FRANKLIN 1347 South Bend, IN; Tim Wiles, National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown, NY, letter to Scott A.G.M. Crawford, December 14, 1995; Scott A.G.M. Crawford, telephone conversations with Dottie Collins, ...
by Cary D. Wintz, Paul Finkelman
Two of Hughes's students in printmaking atKaramu were Hughie Lee Smith andCharles Sallee Jr. In 1934, theKaramuTheater set aside a substantialamountof moneyto establishanArt Scholarship Fundfor a Karamu studentto attend the ...
by Amy Wenzel
Sallee Meghann L. Sallee Sallee, ...
A Geographical Dictionary (1817)
Or Universal Gazetteer, Ancient and Modern in Two Volumes by Joseph Emerson Worcester
This town is situated in the province of BeniHassen, at the mouth of the river Sallee, formed...
Sallee is a walled town, and has a battery of 24 pieces of cannon, which commands the road, and a redoubt which defends the entrance of the river.
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)
by Alexander Whitelaw
SALLEE; a seaport on the western coast of Morocco, at the mouth of a river of the same name, formerly the great hold of Moorish piracy ; and immense depredations were committed from it upon European commerce. The river, which formerly ...
The Giants Encyclopedia (2003)
by Tom Schott, Nick Peters
S— Sallee, McMullin. New York Sallee (L, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1860)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill
Of the early history of this island we know next to into two by the deep Bay of Sallee, near the middle of the nothing. Mohammedanism is said to have been first introduced in the thirteenth century, when the Arabians were in the habit of ...
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