Sella may refer to:
Sella is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Andrea Sella, Italian chemist
- Aviem Sella, Israeli fighter pilot
- Emanuele Sella, Italian cyclist
- Philippe Sella, French Rugby Union player
- Quintino Sella, Italian statesman
- Vittorio Sella, Italian mountaineer and photographer
Usage examples of "sella".
The woman, Sella, pressed a button and the table moved until it held Bits at a vertical angle facing her and M Lamont.
Meds Sella and Lamont were seemingly unconscious and tied to the foot of a bed while Bits sat above them ordering images on a computer like he was a king.
The moment the two of them stepped into the shop, Sella was there, bustling them to a pair of overstuffed chairs and fetching them over-sweetened herb tea.
Southgate it was that time, and she had known that Sella was watching over her from afar.
She doubted even Sella could have tracked Dumery from his traces alone.
Then she turned to the bank, raised her spread fingers to her forehead, closed her eyes, and worked a locating spell Sella had taught her years ago, using the spriggan as her familiar.
To Hell with Sella, if she dared to criticize Teneria for her failure.
Then, surrounded by his College of Cardinals, flanked by Cousin Giulio and the Florentine and Roman nobles, he entered the Lateran and seated himself on the Sella Stercoraria, ancient seat of power occupied by the first Popes.
But, when Sella had told Mavi that Menolly had actually started to teach another how to play an instrument, Mavi had been obliged to intervene.
It was Madame Sella, a fashionable modiste, with social pretensions, who contrived to live on terms of quasi-intimacy with her aristocratic customers.
As for me, Madame Sella could sell up every stick in my house to-morrow, and if the Municipality should throw up my fountain.
There is also an old record of a ball lodging near the sella turcica for over a year, the patient dying suddenly of an entirely different accident.
La dama balzò dalla sella con rapidità inumana, atterrò con grazia e si volse a guardare la sua scorta.
However, since Menolly was so obviously missing, Sella could take some pleasure in informing Mavi of this fact, adding her theory that Menolly had committed the enormous crime of leaving the Hold doors unbarred, "Menolly?