David Salo Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age, Bio

David Salo Net Worth

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$46’000’000. *This information was provided by Meg, 20 years old. From Norge, Virginia
$24’000’000. *This information was provided by Napoleon Romo, 24 years old. From Holland, Minnesota
$99’000’000. *This information was provided by Niels Boscagli, 46 years old. Job: (Striping-Machine Operator). From Shelby, Mississippi
$51’000’000. *This information was provided by Gerrard, 40 years old. Job: (Wire Repairer). From Tohatchi, New Mexico


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1,64m.*This information was provided by Jobyna, 48 years old. Job: (Glazing Operator, Black Powder). From Ho Ho Kus, New Jersey.
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76kg.*This information was provided by Ranique Keating, 20 years old. From Trevett, Maine.


David Salo information

Birth date and age[BOD]: 1969-01-01

Profession: Miscellaneous Crew Nationality:American
David I. Salo (born 1969) is a linguist who worked on the languages of J. R. R. Tolkien for the Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, expanding the Elvish languages (particularly Sindarin) by building on vocabulary already known from published works, and defining some languages that previously had a very small published vocabulary. He is a graduate student in linguistics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.His primary professional interest is Tocharian, an extinct Indo-European language spoken in the Tarim Basin and Turfan Depression during the Middle Ages.

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