Salomon

[ US /ˈsæɫəmən/ ]
NOUN
  1. American financier and American Revolutionary War patriot who helped fund the army during the American Revolution (1740?-1785)
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How To Use Salomon In A Sentence

  • The Salomon compensation game, like the job placement game for trainees, has a political wild card in it.
  • An analyst at Salomon Brothers Inc. upgraded the rating on the computer maker to strong buy from buy.
  • Sots vieux, nouveaux, et sots de tous ages, _ "thus he scornfully declaimed," and as yokefellow with Dan Merlin in his thorn-bush, and with wise Salomon when he capered upon the high places of Chemosh, and with Duke Ares sheepishly agrin within the net of Chivalry
  • Salomonem, qui aliunde nasci non potuit, nisi ex Bathseba, conjuncto David semine, quamvis meretrice, conjunxit eos Essays of Schopenhauer
  • In other words, Salomon carved a tiny fraction out of each financial transaction.
  • The most telling 'reunion', however, occurs elsewhere, and it is the beginning of a relationship: that of Salomon Lachaise and Max. William Brodrick discusses The 6th Lamentation
  • While Salomon admits to the overbuys, it denies perpetrating a deliberate squeeze. One Bluff Too Many
  • Anderson and her longtime friend Salomon wed in Las Vegas on Oct. 6.
  • Translation: Salomon could dictate the rules of the mortgage bond trading game as it went along.
  • No longer did Salomon Brothers traders buy bonds at twelve and then make the market believe they were worth twenty.
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