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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of salute.


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  • While McCain salutes their "leadership", he is arrogantly (but not surprisingly) ignoring their wishes – and therefore implicitly their claim to leadership of/ownership over their own country.

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  • Since the early 1900s, the city's firefighters have greeted every Fourth of July at 6 a.m. by setting off a series of 12 to 15 loud explosions, called salutes, throughout the city.

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  • WSJ: John Fund calls salutes state certification boards "A license to kill jobs."

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  • BEAM US UP: This spiced wheat beer's spacey name salutes New Belgium's brewery, affectionately known as the Mothership.

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  • He "salutes" the chairman for coming out with an "opening foray" and that there are "things he would agree with, and thing he disagrees with."

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  • And with amazed me was the different kind of salutes that they gave to Teddy Kennedy.

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  • In Texas, as a singer croons in the background, a mock-serious announcer "salutes" Democrat Chris Bell as "Mr. Way-Too-Liberal-For-Texas Guy."

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  • I love the way Mirren "salutes" Elizabeth Windsor.

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  • In this program he uses Lunge Salutes rather than the Traditional A and B salutes which is a nice change of pace.

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  • Rob Marshall could nail the colors and add a song cut from the theatrical version of Movie City News has made a discovery it "salutes": The Manohla Dargis's column out from behind the subscriber-only firewall.

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