Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

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Examples

  • PIPES: Well, we were discussing in the NSC abandoning the term SALT - for strategic arms limitation talks - because the president wanted to reduce nuclear weapons.

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  • I say SALT is the best, i fish fresh mostly because I'm closer but my best fishing days by far have been saltwater.

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  • I have tried to find out as nearly as possible what the word SALT is used to represent, as found in my text.

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  • "salary" is derivative from the word SALT, which is what was the key nowness of the North Africans for hundreds of years.

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  • Reagan proposed a dramatic reduction in strategic forces in two phases, which he referred to as SALT III at the time. [

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  • After an animal rights protest with graphic images of force fed ducks calling for the boycott of 'SALT'-an upscale Baltimore restaurant serving' foie gras ',

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  • Such an animal rights protest was held Saturday with graphic images of force fed ducks advocating the boycott of 'SALT'-an upscale Baltimore restaurant serving foie gras.

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  • Energy stocks have proven something of a favorite at the SkyBridge Alternatives Conference, known as SALT, amid the downdraft lately in commodities.

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  • "Not true ... at present Sony prefers the name SALT," a source tells the site.

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  • The treaties resulting from these negotiations are called SALT I and SALT II.

    Strategic Arms Limitation Talks

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