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  • verb Present participle of salute.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The guides have gotten together in saluting Kirk Deeter if the Maizeland Blue go down in flames this week and will present you with a congratulatory dozen flies – THE COFFIN FLY!!!

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  • Sceptic with Childe Harold 4 when both make a late turn to elegy in saluting Princess Charlotte. [

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  • "Thank you kindly, sir," replied Long John, again saluting.

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  • I start down the stairs and at the top she gives me the German farewell, hailing his name and saluting.

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  • Manners are more or less connected with morals, and we had lectures on manners; that is to say, on saluting, which is the beginning and ending of good manners in the army.

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  • Treasury of the Quinquinambo Confederate States to Don Miguel Briones, in payment of certain stores and provisions, and of a piece of ordnance known as the saluting cannon of the Presidio of Todos Santos.

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  • BTW, in re: the world's tackiest statuary: Why in the FUCK is that draft-dodging military-industrial-complex WHORE "saluting"?!?!?!?

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  • Opponents discount this support as just the brass "saluting" and following orders.

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  • Furthermore, far from "saluting" Madame Gilot, students of Picasso are incensed with her, not just because she give a false picture of a great man but because she is so misleading about his and her political views and the crucial (to Madame Gilot's book) matter of their mutual "peccadilloes."

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  • Common tokens of friendship are those signs which are current among people of the same condition of life; such as saluting, answering

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