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so·lum

 (sō′ləm)
n. pl. so·la (-lə) or so·lums
The upper layers of a soil profile in which topsoil formation occurs.

[Latin, base, ground.]

solum

(ˈsəʊləm)
n, pl -lums or -la (-lə)
(Physical Geography) the upper layers of the soil profile, affected by climate and vegetation
[C19: New Latin from Latin: the ground]
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Among other conditions, permission was granted to the developer Solum Regeneration subject to the company building seven units of affordable housing and a new community facility, including a [pounds sterling]200,000 contribution for internal fittings.
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Solum, Stefanie, Women, Patronage, and Salvation in Renaissance Florence: Lucrezia Tornabuoni and the Chapel of the Medici Palace (Visual Culture in Early Modernity), Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
For this reason, Stefanie Solum's new monograph performs an important task.
In this essay, I shall not judge the debate between Solum and Bennett.