[ US /ˈsæɫzbɝi/ ]
  1. the capital and largest city of Zimbabwe
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How To Use Salisbury In A Sentence

  • The experience was a little like being seated next to a cheerful, open-faced fellow on a long airplane flight who begins talking to you - and then never, ever, ever stops, not even when he has his Salisbury steak dinner in his mouth.
  • Begun in about 3100 B.C. and altered during the next two millennia, Stonehenge incorporates outsize monoliths quarried far from its site on Salisbury Plain in southern England.
  • To buttress his stance that the Church sanctioned such assassinations, Petit drew on Thomas Aquinas and other theologians, but the defense rested on John of Salisbury's explicit theories about the legitimacy of tyrannicide.
  • In view of the publicity already given to these subjects, it is necessary to note in fuller detail two matters connected with the health of the Canadian troops at Salisbury Plain – namely, the outbreak of cerebro-spinal fever and the veneral situation. War Story of the Canadian Army Medical Corps
  • Suzanne Vega plays the City Hall, Salisbury on 27 June.
  • The William Haggas-trained filly was sent off favourite on her debut in a maiden race at Salisbury, but ran green and only got going late before being narrowly beaten into third.
  • In November, Salisbury, a chivalric figure, was killed, the victim of a cannonball.
  • In recent years, badgers have tunnelled into 52 ancient monuments on Salisbury Plain.
  • During the negotiations between the Home Government and the Pretoria Executive that followed the Conference, and especially during the period of Mr. Hofmeyr's active intervention, his most necessary and pressing task was to prevent the Salisbury Cabinet from being "jockeyed" by Boer diplomacy out of the advantageous position which he had then taken up on its behalf. Lord Milner's Work in South Africa From its Commencement in 1897 to the Peace of Vereeniging in 1902
  • Sadly this lawned area with its avenue of pollarded lime trees is split in half by the main Swindon-Salisbury road.
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