resalute

resalute

(ˌriːsəˈluːt)
vb (tr)
to salute or greet againto salute back or in return
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Meanwhile To resalute the World with sacred Light LEUCOTHEA wak'd, and with fresh dews imbalmd The Earth, when ADAM and first Matron EVE Had ended now thir Orisons, and found, Strength added from above, new hope to spring Out of despaire, joy, but with fear yet linkt; Which thus to EVE his welcome words renewd.
now be resalute to their own Suarez also had a hand in Liverpool's other two goals, although the second on 39 minutes owed more to a bewildering piece hand in Liverpool's other two goals, although the second on 39 minutes owed more to a bewildering piece of defending from United winger Nani who, in attempting to clear the Uruguayan's deep cross from the right, bizarrely sent a header back towards his own goal that looped over a startled Carrick and fell for Kuyt to nod home from inside the six-yard box.