- From Latin Salopesberia or Salopescira. (Wiktionary)
“That is because, in terms of my abstract model, I can find bloggers who are closer to me on the Salop Circle than are journal editors.”
“Their old country suddenly had a new decimal currency, new postcodes, new telephone numbers, new county names – Salop, for crying out loud – and even a new prayer book.”
“At Penn there was also a brilliant undergrad, Steven Salop, who worked for several months on my 1968 paper on money-wage dynamics.”
“It was addressed in my fathers handwriting to: Mrs G Madeley, Kiln Farm, Shawbury, Salop and marked Private.”
“Salop take umbrage when then -- Brad Pitt is another one who, you know, there was a time when he loved the paparazzi and wanted to get his image out there.”
“See Hoff and Stiglitz (1997), Salop and Stiglitz (1977) and”
“Center is the boys from Derby, Cheshire, Stafford, Lincoln and Salop.”
“The king was conferring in his tent in the meads in the late afternoon, with Gilbert Prestcote, his chief aide and sheriff-designate of Salop, and Willem Ten Heyt, the captain of his Flemish mercenaries.”
“I tell you, Brother Cadfael, we breed fine women here in Salop. ”
“Here are you, deputy sheriff of Salop, in royal favour, affianced to as fine a girl as heart could wish, and, the one you set your mind on from the moment you saw her.”
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