[suh-lair-noh, -lur-; Italian sah-ler-naw]
- a seaport in SW Italy: taken by U.S. forces September 1943.
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An oral biography of the same name, by Salerno and David Shields, is currently available at a bookstore near you.What We Really Know about J.D. Salinger
September 9, 2013
“He said that the only person who could ever play Holden Caulfield was himself,” Joyce Maynard tells Salerno and Shields.
“I said, ‘Jerry, we’re here for the Red Cross drive,” Nelson tells Salerno and Shields.
Salerno, joined by former Salinger flame Jean Miller and others, discussed the film in a post-screening Q&A.‘Salinger,’ the Documentary on Reclusive Author J.D. Salinger, Premieres at Telluride
September 2, 2013
Salerno and Shields have obtained them and published excerpts.
Dissection of animals was practised at Salerno as early as the eleventh century.The Legacy of Greece
He consults Galen, who laughs at him, and sends him to Salerno.A Literary History of the English People
Jean Jules Jusserand
In the absence of human subjects, anatomy was taught at Salerno upon the pig.
Salerno was particularly rich in its medical literary products.
Not long after this, Salerno itself lost all the prestige that it had.
- a port in SW Italy, in Campania on the Gulf of Salerno : first medical school of medieval Europe. Pop: 138 188 (2001)
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