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(Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)

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Shelomoh is lightly raced for his age and his trainer believes he is still well treated and capable of picking up a more valuable handicap than this in due course.
Although he is now back off a perch of 101, Shelomoh has in the past won at Gosforth Park and holds obvious claims in the More Live Football Betting At totesport.
Michael Handel and Uri Bar-Joseph, Two Minutes over Baghdad (Frank Cass, 2003); and Shelomoh Nakdimon, translated by Peretz Kidron, First Strike: The Exclusive Story of How Israel Foiled Iraq's Attempt to Get the Bomb (Summit Books, 1987).
See also Sara Klein-Braslavy, Shelomoh Ha-Melekh Veha-ezoterizm Ha-filosofi Bemishnat Ha-Rambam [King Solomon and Philosophical Esotericism in Maimonides' Thought] (Jerusalem: Magnes, 1996), 39-109.
The price was right, Shelomoh did everything right, but weight is a great leveller and the concession of 19lb to the winner proved a whisker beyond him.
The eight-year-old failed to jump with any fluency and hung left on the home turn but got up in the final strides to beat Shelomoh by a short head.
Her father, Shelomoh Shalom Schneersohn, descended from the prominent Schneersohn dynasty of Habad hasidic masters, and was the uncle of the late rebbi of Lubavitch, R.
HAVING his first run for 10 months and attempting a belated hat-trick, SHELOMOH ran well for a long way at Newcastle and will come on a lot for the outing.