National salute

a salute consisting of as many guns as there are States in the Union.

See also: National

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He inspected the guard of honour and presented national salute to the Father of the Nation.
They also helped assemble care packages, worked on a clinic mural and posters, and assisted with preparations for National Salute to Veterans Month in February.
The President then takes the national salute while "Oh Uganda, Land of Beauty" is played by massed bands.
Traditional national salute was also presented to the father of the nation by the cadets of the Pakistan Air Force.
He argued that the salute, being a national salute at the time, was acceptable in a competition of nations, while the athletes' salute was not of a nation and therefore unacceptable.
She has received the Pennsylvania Best 50 Women in Business Award and was one of 14 women honored in the national Salute to Women's Business Enterprises.
The event is part of the Department of Veterans Affairs National Salute to Hospitalized Veterans during the week of Valentine's Day.
Dallas, TX, February 11, 2011 --(PR.com)-- In honor of Valentine's Day and National Salute to Veteran Patients Week (February 13 - 19), Balfour Beatty Construction and its subsidiaries Barnhart Balfour Beatty and Charter Builders turned to children at local elementary schools and Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Dallas to create approximately 1,700 valentines for veterans being treated at Veterans Administration (VA) hospitals in Dallas and San Diego.
In 1996, Dr Ellul was honored by the National Inventors Hall of Fame in the National Salute to Corporate Inventors.
recently kicked off in South Florida, as part of what organizers are calling a National Salute to the U.S.
* National Salute to Korean War Veterans at MCI Center on Saturday.
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