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“It’s too early to tell what the factors are with youth crime,” Solomon said.Teens drive brutal spike in carjackings with covid limiting school and supervision|Dan Morse, Tom Jackman|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
When McNutt mentioned that she was interested in pursuing a career in journalism, Solomon encouraged her to consider the University of Maryland’s master’s program in sports broadcasting.Monica McNutt’s rapid rise at ESPN continues with ‘Around the Horn’ debut|Scott Allen|February 18, 2021|Washington Post
Solomon could not be reached to respond to questions about his long work hours.How the Police Bank Millions Through Their Union Contracts|by Andrew Ford, Asbury Park Press, and Agnes Chang, Jeff Kao and Agnel Philip, ProPublica|February 8, 2021|ProPublica
“Every time we were ready to think this was going to stall out, it just kept getting bigger,” said Solomon, 29, who volunteers for the Husky Ticket Project while working in social media for Verizon.
These variations gave Nickerson and Solomon a research opportunity.How Much Do We Really Care About Children? (Ep. 447)|Stephen J. Dubner|January 14, 2021|Freakonomics
In his preface, Solomon suggests that other movements can learn from this one.
A new book from gay rights activist Marc Solomon sets the record straight about how gay marriage victories were really won.
By contrast, Solomon can tell us a great deal about what really changed the country—because at key moments, he was there.
As part of the MassEquality coalition, Marc Solomon, a former Senate aide, was working to get Bay State legislators to vote no.
I made the film with my two best friends from high school, Ben Solomon and Filippo Chia.
Alford speaks of this as remarkable; but vision is the especial promise of Wisdom, therefore of Solomon, son of David.
At the feet of Solomon Jesus also was sitting, and he certainly did not call himself personally greater than Solomon.
Much glamour has been cast upon the names of Solomon and David by their alleged writings.God and my Neighbour|Robert Blatchford
In early English literature there was at one time a tendency to ascribe to Solomon various proverbs not in the Bible.
Solomon, and the Second Solomon, rest in their unknown graves; their wisdom is corrupted; but their genius survives in the earth.
British Dictionary definitions for Solomon
Derived forms of SolomonSolomonic (ˌsɒləˈmɒnɪk) or Solomonian (ˌsɒləˈməʊnɪən), adjective
Cultural definitions for Solomon
In the Old Testament, a Hebrew king, son and successor of David. The “wisdom of Solomon” is proverbial. Solomon is also known for his many wives, for his splendor and wealth, and for building the Temple at Jerusalem (see also Jerusalem).