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Examples of "salomone"
Bruno Salomone (born 13 July 1970) is a French actor and comedian.
Boys Junior High Football-Undefeated 2009 Coaches- Darrin Stanfourth, Mike Metler, Mike Thompson, and Dave Salomone
David "Hawk" Wolinski, previous Shadows of Knight member; Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone recorded two albums, produced by the Chicago producer James William Guercio. Hawk Wolinski later became a member of Rufus and Chaka Khan, and a successful producer and songwriter. Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone both appeared on Chicago keyboard player Robert Lamm's 1974 solo album "Skinny Boy". Ross Salomone also appeared on albums by Chicago, Air Supply, Gerard, and Hollins & Star.
It was printed as late as 1611 at Hanover, as "Processus Luciferi contra Iesum coram Iudice Salomone" .
Moni Ovadia (born 1946) is an Italian actor, musician, singer and theatrical author. "Moni" is short for "Salomone" (Solomon).
Salomone and his wife, Bernadette, had three children: two sons, Robert and Gregg, and a daughter, Lourdes.
Saint Salomone Leclercq (15 November 1745 – 2 September 1792) – born Guillaume-Nicolas-Louis Leclercq – was a French Roman Catholic professed religious who was killed during the French Revolution for his refusal to swear an oath of allegiance to the new government. Leclercq assumed the religious name of "Salomone" after he was admitted as a professed member of the De La Salle Brothers.
A large number of figures from classical Antiquity were modelled by Gaetano Salomone for the gardens of the Reggia, and executed by large workshops.
Initially, Antoine de Caunes (Dagonet), Christian Bujeau (The Master of Arms) and Bruno Salomone (Caius Camillus) were only guest stars, but eventually they joined the main cast.
After the breakup of Bangor Flying Circus (1969), Alan DeCarlo and Hawk Wolinski formed Madura, replacing Bangor Flying Circus drummer Michael Tegza with Ross Salomone.
Alleanza Nazzjonali Republikana (ANR) (National Republican Alliance) was a Maltese pressure group formed in 2005 with Martin Degiorgio, Philip Beattie and Paul Salomone as its spokespersons.
A large population of figures from classical Antiquity were modelled by Gaetano Salomone for the gardens of the Reggia, and executed by large workshops.
As the manager of the Plaza, Salomone was written into the "Eloise" series of books written by Kay Thompson, who was a long-time resident of the hotel. Salomone first appeared in print in "Eloise: A Book for Precocious Grown-ups", published in 1955. When this book was made into a made-for television film for Walt Disney Television in 2003, Jeffrey Tambor played the role of Salomone. Tim Curry later lent his voice as Salomone in the . Salomone, who was also a friend of Thompson, was quick to realize that publicity for the series of "Eloise" books also meant publicity for the Plaza. He was always ready to assist Thompson and her publisher in their ventures. Thompson wrote the last of her "Eloise" books, "Eloise Takes a Bawth" in the 1960s, but it was not published until 2002-some years after her death. Salomone appears again in this book, as he shows the small girl the flood she inadvertently caused while playing in the bath.
Salomone was the manager of the Plaza when The Beatles arrived in the United States for their first "Ed Sullivan Show" appearance in early 1964. After seeing news footage of the crowds of young girls in the United Kingdom, Salomone worried that having the group as guests might be problematic for the hotel. He thought about canceling The Beatles' reservations, but was persuaded not to do so by his young daughter.
"Nodo di Salomone" is the Italian term for Solomon's Knot, and is used to name the Solomon's Knot mosaic found at the ruins of a synagogue at Ostia, the ancient seaport for Rome.
Salamone Rossi or Salomone Rossi () (Salamon, Schlomo; de' Rossi) (ca. 1570 – 1630) was an Italian Jewish violinist and composer. He was a transitional figure between the late Italian Renaissance period and early Baroque.
On 2 Jul 1611, he was consecrated bishop by Giovanni Garzia Mellini, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quattro Coronati, with Marco Antonio Salomone, Bishop Emeritus of Sora, and Alessandro Borghi (bishop), Bishop Emeritus of Sansepolcro, serving as co-consecrators.
She was producer of the radio show "L'Arca di Noè", and 13 episodes of "Ciak si esegue". She also developed and produced a program about animals called "L'Anello di Re Salomone". She is currently the director of, "Due di Notte".
Mike Gousha from WISN 12 in Milwaukee, improv master Dylan Bolin "Out Of The Box", Segway King Angelo "Mort" Snotlocker, Rudy "Itchy" Itchkowski, Gino (The Judge) Salomone, "MR. Angry",
In the time between "Halfway Between Here and There" and their next release, "Progress", bassist Franz Worth and saxophonist Noah Gaffney left the band. Worth was replaced by James Salomone, formerly of My Superhero. Gaffney's position was left open.