Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The mass.
- n. American financier and American Revolutionary War patriot who helped fund the army during the American Revolution (1740?-1785)
“It was the erection and institution of an Order or Society, which we call Salomons House; the noblest foundation (as we think) that ever was upon the earth; and the lanthorn of this kingdom.”
“It was the erection and institution of an order, or society, which we call Salomon's House; the noblest foundation, as we think, that ever was upon the earth, and the lantern of this kingdom.”
“It was the erection and institution of an Order or Society, which we call Salomon's House; the noblest foundation (as we think) that ever was upon the earth; and the lanthorn of this kingdom.”
“Salomon is obviously not a libertarian, or at least not as much of a libertarian as me, and I suspect that what disturbs him is less the corruption of public opinion by the German state, than the corruption of the German state by public opinion.”
“I mean, people do ski here of course, but not in Salomon gear at the average income level of $30 a month.”
“Salomon is no stranger to kissing and telling from the highest mountaintop, Rick’s sex tape with former GF Herpes Hilton became an international best-seller.”
“2 Because the Salomon is the biggest ship, best appointed, and of greatest force to defend or offend the enemie, we doe therefore appoint that ship Admirall, which shall weare the flag in the maine top.”
“The trail's growing popularity has prompted Nike, New Balance, Asics and other road-shoe brands to launch new models designed for trail running, a category where they compete against outdoor brands such as Salomon, La Sportiva and North Face.”
“Defiant Citigroup bond traders still cling to their corporate roots, sometimes answering phones "Salomon" even though Citigroup a few years ago dropped the Salomon Brothers name it had acquired and instructed employees not to use it.”
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