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“Daniel Salvo is a very active person who works with both.”
“Penelope was the elder daughter of an all-white Surrey family in high professional standing, while Bruno Salvador, alias Salvo, was the natural son of a bog Irish Roman Catholic missionary and a Congolese village woman whose name has vanished for ever in the ravages of war and time.”
“Isn't it funny that even when they are called Salvo's it still sounds miliaristic.”
“Also, according to Bob Fleming, plans were underway a couple of years after Thriller was canned to issue a Salvo ( "Salvo" being the Punisher-lookalike marksman and angsty guy in the Seven Seconds, Angie Thriller's brother) miniseries, with Keith Giffen, which would (in theory) lead to a revival of the main comic.”
“Salvo," for which they are still putting together the financing, is the story of an odd meeting between a Mafia killer and a blind woman, the sister of one of the killer's victims.”
“New York City submitted 36,181 addresses and "they (the appeals panel) accepted all of them," says Joseph Salvo, director of the population division in the city planning department.”
“The total housing unit count in our master address file is 3.45 million," Salvo says.”
“Thirty-seven percent of all appeals are in Queens," Salvo says.”
“Mr. Salvo and other city officials believe the Census's high count of vacant housing in immigrant neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens led to a lower population number than expected.”
“On Friday Mr. Salvo said on the radio with the mayor that the city would challenge its annual population estimate for 2011, which comes out next year, and which the city has successfully passed in previous years.”
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