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“Arthur Salm is the editor of the Books Section (one of the few discrete book sections left in the country, I might mention).”
“Earlier this year, longtime Putnam bond experts Paul Scanlon , Michael Salm and D.”
“Her visitation battle with Salm over their son became a farcical mess.”
“In 1923, back in New York, Millicent met the debonair Count Ludwig Salm von Hoogstraeten—Ms. Burns's book is full of names that seem parodies of Continental pomp—a knee-weakening Austrian twice her age.”
“Millicent's controlling father was outraged when they eloped and set his lawyers on Salm.”
“When a pregnant Millicent and her groom ran short of funds in Europe, her father, in essence, purchased her back from Salm, for the sum of $100,000.”
“The rebels flag flew on the building while protesters requested from Libyan ambassador Salm Finir to leave the embassy building.”
“I went into oral surgery because I didn't think I would have to deliver that kind of news to patients," says Clifford Salm , an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Manhattan who has found leukemia, lymphoma, AIDS and metastatic breast cancer after performing biopsies on suspicious spots.”
“Tim Salm of Sotheby's Jameson International is the listing agent.”
“Luckily for us, BrothersIsaac and Jaime Salm do not disappoint.”
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