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07:36 Aug 24, 2001
Hebrew to English translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Religion
Hebrew term or phrase:seh-la
Since this term allegedly comes from teh Old Testament of the Bible, perhaps it is Hebrew, or Greek, or .....
Its meaning is supposed to be "to pause", or "a silent break". It is being used in a modern script of a science fiction program.
Anyone have any ideas ?? Thanks in advance.
Explanation: Normally, I've seen the OT term spelled "selah" not "seh-la"...
May I suggest that SEH stands for Structural Exception Handler- a mechanism for handling software generated exceptions- support for computer geeks (debuggers)- usable across ALL programming languages and computers, often seen on websites (in those little unintelligible phrases and fragments that appear from time to time)...
Did you get your text from the web?