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Salomon

[sal-uh-muh n] /ˈsæl ə mən/
noun
1.
Haym
[hahym] /haɪm/ (Show IPA),
1740?–85, American financier and patriot, born in Poland.
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  • But if Salomon felt that the man was an informer he gave no sign.

    The New Land

    Elma Ehrlich Levinger
  • Again he chuckled, half forcing Salomon into the calico dress.

    The New Land

    Elma Ehrlich Levinger
  • Villars was courtly and polite as usual, but he was as firm as Salomon.

    The Huguenots in France Samuel Smiles.
  • And, after all, it is the dreams that count—as Salomon discovered.

    Mistress Anne Temple Bailey
  • We may now glance at the period when Salomon came to England in 1781.

    The Violin George Hart
  • Salomon City, though it contained the great Boon, was not esthetic.

    A Modern Chronicle, Complete Winston Churchill
  • Salomon had formed his project, and digested its details, in the previous year.

    The Violin

    George Dubourg
  • Furthermore, 200 were guaranteed to him by Salomon for a benefit concert.

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