How To Use Salutation In A Sentence

  • On taking their departure, these good-humoured and ever-cheerful people greeted us with three cheers in the true Kabloona style, a mode of salutation they had observed once or twice among us, and frequently practised for their amusement and ours. Three Voyages for the Discovery of a Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and Narrative of an Attempt to Reach the North Pole, Volume 1
  • When the Litany is sung or said immediately before the Eucharist, the Litany concludes here, and the Eucharist begins with the Salutation and the Collect of the Day.
  • At one time the conventional letter salutation employed when writing to a business person whose name was unknown was ‘Dear Sir.’
  • By what word soever Christ expressed this children to them, it seems to be a very familiar and gentle compellation, that his disciples, from that very salutation of his, might discern him. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • The man nodded politely to us as they passed and Angus returned the salutation.
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  • She began the letter with a polite salutation: ‘Your Excellency.’
  • The sun goes to cross the Western sea, leaving its last salutation to the East.
  • I admire the old fashion according to which in English pugilism (which, however, I do not admire) the combatants shook hands before they fought; only I think much time ought not to be spent upon such salutations when there is other work to do. ' The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3) 1809-1859
  • The sun goes to cross the Western sea, leaving its last salutation to the East.
  • In recent literature, academics have argued that Pattabhi Jois and Iyenger were influenced by witnessing the exercise regimes of the British army whose "burpees" became our sun salutations. Ira Israel: The Future of Yoga in America
  • His tones of salutation, at these moments, were soft, his manner respectful, even graceful; and while there was nothing of the abashedness of the inferior, there was also no offensive familiarity, in the occasional conversations held by him with the different individuals, or groups, who surrounded and accosted him. The Canadian Brothers, or the Prophecy Fulfilled a Tale of the Late American War — Complete
  • When he saw the principal, he raised his hand in salutation.
  • Six video podcasts, each less than five minutes long, offer a focused mini-workout — one each for abdominals, arms, shoulders, legs and glutes as well as a series of yoga sun salutations. A Personal Trainer in the Palm of Your Hand
  • It is there in a yoga class, with the rubbery smell of the mats and the sweat-stained T-shirts and dusty windowsills, when the width of my sun salutation takes in the great possibility of the widest imagining of my world. Shelly R. Fredman: A Place Called Hope
  • Salutations to thee that art of the grace of those deities who are worshipped in sacrifices, to thee that art the Atharvans, to thee that art the alleviator of all kinds of disease and pain, to thee that art the dispeller of every sorrow. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 4 Books 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18
  • The sun goes to cross the Western sea, leaving its last salutation to the East.
  • The same is true of the large clienteles who gathered at the doors of Roman nobles during customary morning salutations.
  • They bowed their gratitude and the old man moved away, raising his hand in salutation and farewell. IN LOVE AND WAR
  • The term hail was a common mode of salutation to a king, or even to a friend. Barnes New Testament Notes
  • How about a class focused on sun salutations or Surya namaskar? Suhag A. Shukla, Esq.: Yoga Won't Wreck Your Body But May Make You More Hindu
  • I was quite pleased with myself: I managed to trim a ten-paragraph letter down to nine words, excluding salutation.
  • I find that nothing makes conversation quite so impossible as greetings and salutations.
  • In this sense, the utterance heil is as much an attempt at a salutation, acclamation, or blessing of itself as of anything else. Patriot Acts: The Political Language of Henrich von Kleist
  • Traditional gestures of salutation such as the bow and the curtsey only gradually gave way to the handshake.
  • Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP): foetoprotein is most useful in following the salutation to treatment for liver Beta-2-microglobulin (B2M): B2M murder levels are elevated in binary myeloma, habitual lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), and some lymphomas. xml's Blinklist.com
  • The brethren in Laodicea are here mentioned, as living in the neighbourhood of Colosse: and Paul sends salutations to them, and orders that this epistle should be read in the church of the Laodiceans Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • The chevalier, unterrified by this dreadful salutation, desired he would accompany him to a more convenient place; and the world might have been deprived of one or both these knights-errant, had not General Macleaver, at the desire of his majesty, interposed, and found means to bring matters to an accommodation. The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom
  • Paul's autograph salutation (so 1Co 16: 21; 2Th 3: 17), attesting that the preceding letter, though written by an amanuensis, is from himself. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Grand Seignior, who, on our first introduction, is Judge Morris; we salute, which we do by applying the palm of our right hand to the lips, then turning the hand to his seigniorship and bringing our left hand across the breast, which salutation being returned by the Grand Seignior, who sits upon a raised platform and wields a gavel, we take seats wherever our sense of cleanliness will permit, and where we hope there may be no traveling minute messengers conveying ideas from one man's head to another. The Great North-Western Conspiracy in All Its Startling Details
  • The sun goes to cross the Western sea, leaving its last salutation to the East.
  • On the way some had salutations for her and some had gibes.
  • Have these people never walked on a leafy tow path, admired the multi-coloured boats or acknowledged the cheery salutation from a bargee?
  • When I went in and made my salutation, one man wheeled round square before me, stared straight into my oyes, and in an exceedingly high-pitched reedy or screechy voice and a sing-song tone returned my The Naturalist in La Plata
  • The Flocks of all Friars within this realm, we wish restitution of wrongs bypast, and reformation in time coming, for salutation. John Knox
  • Lowlander, in a bobwig, supporting a glass of like dimensions; the whole being designed to represent the sign of the Salutation. Redgauntlet
  • I managed to arrange my features into a pleasant smile although my polite salutation was not returned. RESCUING ROSE
  • Since only the address and salutation differ for each letter, we will not insert variable names.
  • After the usual courtesies and salutations, the young man's father asks, on behalf of his son, for the young lady's hand; and, if the answer is favourable, the suitor places a square lump of yak _murr_ (yak butter) on his betrothed's forehead. In the Forbidden Land
  • Iron John gasped a kind of asthmatical salutation as I entered the room, and received me with something almost like a smile of welcome. Tales of a Traveller
  • The email addresses are in the salutation to the letter.
  • Et comme c'est vne chose fort inciuile de ne se pas decouurir devant ceux a qui l'on doit ce respect, pour les saluer, ou d'attendre que vostre egal vous rend le premier ce deuoir; aussi de le faire, quand il n'est pas a propos, ressent sa ciuilite affectee: mais c'est vne honteuse impertinence de prendre garde si l'on vous rend vostre salutation. George Washington's Rules of Civility
  • The good King was seated on horseback about half way up the mount, a morion on his head, surmounted by a crown, which left his manly features exposed to public view, as, with cool and considerate eye, he perused each rank as it passed him, and returned the salutation of the leaders. The Talisman
  • When the youth Ibrahim saw the street, he knew it by the description the bookseller had given him; so he salaamed to the man, who returned his salutation and bidding him welcome, made him sit down and asked him of his case. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • She threw a kiss as a salutation.
  • The respectful salutation of carrying the hand to the mouth, ad os, is the root of the Latin word adoro, adorare. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire
  • J'ai lu ta blog pour quelques années maintenant pour apprendre des nouvelles mots ou phrases - merci beaucoup, particulièrement pour laquelle où tu as parlé des salutations. retirer - French Word-A-Day
  • Titles of honour, salutations, and all similar things conducive to vanity, such as doffing the hat or "scraping with the leg", were to be avoided even in the presence of the king. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 6: Fathers of the Church-Gregory XI
  • Bobulate parses contemporary uses of the salutation (via): posted by Andrew Simone in etiquette, language | * | comment Anatomy of a Salutation | clusterflock
  • Foreign Minister Michel Jobert, who took Gaullism to an extreme, opened a caucus in Washington of the European Community participants with the bitter salutation: “Bonjour les traitres” “Hello traitors”. The Prize
  • In one of the salutational recitations ziyaraat we address them saying: ‘…I bear witness that most surely Allah unveiled for you the curtain….’ Archive 2008-02-01
  • We would expect the latter to be considerably more personal and informal than the former, and we would probably not expect a love letter to include a formal address and salutation.
  • Mr. Grantley, without any indelicacy or mention of their previous meeting, smiled at her when the customary salutations were being made.
  • Both times we have exchanged hurried salutations, since we've been going in opposite directions.
  • Whether they were struck with awe by the unaccustomed majesty of my appearance in brand-new wig, bands, &c., in which I am fresh as a daisy, and fine as a carrot fresh scraped, or whether they simply did not recognise me in the disguisement of such toggeries, I am not to decide -- but they passed by without responding visibly to my salutations. Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.
  • She received me with a hug and a hearty "buss," as she called that salutation, and was evidently glad to see me. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 06 — Fiction
  • [Return to the letter] 7 This postscript is written upside down above the salutation. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • Nam et Alcharon eorum dicit, ad salutationem Angeli virginem expauisse, quod tunc erat in partibus Galileæ incantator, Turquis nomine, qui per susceptam sibi formam Angeli plures virgines deflorauerat, et beatam Virginem conuenisse Angelum, an esset The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • So it is LBS ... didn ` t know you slummed it aroun d ` ere ... salutations All I Ask Is The Chance....
  • After the usual salutations, he took his seat beside us, lifted a pipe of the kind called "churchwarden" from the box on the ground, filled and lighted it, and for a little while we were silent all three. Dreamthorp A Book of Essays Written in the Country
  • The evening primrose, with outstretched filaments, hangs a golden necklace about the welcome murmuring noctuid, while the various orchids excel in the ingenuity of their salutations. My Studio Neighbors
  • “Cheep … cheep … cheep” is the salutation of the newcomer, the emigrant, the casual at the gates of the new world. Chicks
  • Press Enter twice-once to end the salutation, a second time to insert a blank line. 9.
  • They deserve credit, approbation, applause and salutations for this achievement.
  • He was acquainted with the Arabic language; wherefore, when he came to the Emeer Moosa, he saluted him; and the emeer returned his salutation, and treated him with honour. The Arabian Nights Their Best-known Tales
  • Asriel comes into the house, Flora greets him in English, and he returns her salutation in Yiddish.
  • Each day as he made his appearance at noon in the captain's cabin, he had to wait in miserable state his hour and a half; or two hours, and then to meet the gibing salutation of the captain, of; "Not dead yet, doctor?" with his jokes upon the invaliding suit. Rattlin the Reefer
  • Press Enter twice-once to end the salutation, a second time to insert a blank line. 9.
  • Poses like sun salutation and warrior are held for a length of time as each posture works related areas of the body.
  • The quaint salutations as he passed along the staired streets: _Naharkum Sayeed! The Wind Bloweth
  • Others, and the generall, are sober and grave, and yet chearfull in a meane, and as ready to begin a Salutation as to Resalute, which yet the English generally begin, out of desire to Civilize them. An Amazon.com Books Blog featuring news, reviews, interviews and guest author blogs.
  • He raised one hand in salutation, welcoming one and all in a melancholy voice.
  • Nam et Alcharon eorum dicit, ad salutationem Angeli virginem expauisse, quod tunc erat in partibus Galile� incantator, Turquis nomine, qui per susceptam sibi formam Angeli plures virgines deflorauerat, et beatam Virginem conuenisse Angelum, an esset The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • At the end of Fulop's class, smiles spread across the students' faces as they bring their hands together in a prayer position and say "namaste" - a traditional salutation often said at the close of yoga classes. Thestar.com - Home Page
  • Let him go, with all appropriate felicitations and salutations. Morning Bits
  • One of them, a baby-faced guy maybe in his mid-thirties, with a black patch over his left eye, smiles and raises his beer at me in salutation. Down and Delirious in Mexico City
  • They relate to universally accepted behaviour patterns - salutations, manners, dress, etc.
  • Outsiders may be puzzled to learn that "aloha" - is employed as well both as a salutation of greeting, and a benediction for departure. Barack Obama and the Summer of Aloha
  • Know, my son, and make all others know, that it is a probable and proximate sign of eternal damnation to have an aversion, a lukewarmness, or a negligence in saying the Angelical Salutation, which has repaired the whole world. Archive 2009-06-14
  • I tell thee, Alan, I have seen a better seated on the fourth round of a ladder, and painting a bare-breeched Highlander, holding a pint-stoup as big as himself, and a booted Lowlander, in a bobwig, supporting a glass of like dimensions; the whole being designed to represent the sign of the Salutation. Redgauntlet
  • [57] [Footnote 49: The respectful salutation of carrying the hand to the mouth, ad os, is the root of the Latin word adoro, adorare. History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 5
  • When candles are brought into the tent at night, the servant wishes the company a good evening: he says "_M'sah elkhere_," the literal meaning of which is "_Good be with you this evening_;" which salutation it is courteous to return, even to a slave; and if any one, however great his rank, were not to return it, he would be considered a bad muselman, a disaffected and inhospitable barbarian. An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa
  • Whatever fasts a vowess might neglect as non-obligatory, it seems probable that she would not willingly forgo any opportunity of showing reverence to the Blessed Virgin, who, in the belief of St. Augustine, had taken vows of chastity before the salutation of the Angel. The Customs of Old England
  • Elliot was soaping his shoulder when he heard his father answer, the sound of a door slamming and a feminine voice squealing salutations up the stairs.
  • For example, the undulating pattern of bold word and definition signal a dictionary while the juxtapositioning of date, address and salutation denote a letter.
  • They greeted the newcomers with friendly salutations.
  • Salutation of the Blessed Mary in the entry of the quire on the south side, 'which he himself constructed with the _pulpitum_ on the same place _ut nunc cernitur_ says the' Chronicle, 'and parts of it are worked up in the present screen. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.] A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espicopal See
  • But Haskell's narrator isn't burlesquing either Kuntry Kitchen or sun salutations performed on its floor.
  • Throne of God, by tens, by hundreds, by thousands, the harmonious and multisonant salutation of all the Voices. The Captive
  • ‘Greetings and salutations, fellow lycanthropes,’ Red called from the forest, before Olive could respond.
  • They relate to universally accepted behaviour patterns - salutations, manners, dress, etc.
  • Moving past the salutation, the farewell addresser must pass two tests: first, to exhibit none of the bitterness he feels toward his carping critics, and second, to say good-bye. The Right Word in the Right Place at the Right Time
  • A mock sermon often concludes the night's proceedings, the ordinary salutation of the _osculum in tergo_ being first given. The Superstitions of Witchcraft
  • As a form of greeting, parsons should make a regular point of blessing those they meet as an alternative to more ‘worldly’ salutations.
  • Apart from the usual salutations and dedications, the book starts with an introduction in conventional German.
  • Grenada shares a common Caribbean culture base with many other islands in the Lesser Antilles, including music, literature, greetings and salutations, food, and family structure.
  • Gayle Braithewaite's spidery signature graced the salutation. DOUBTING THOMAS
  • Six or seven ruffianly fellows scrambled out; all had enough English to give me 'good - bye,' which was the ordinary salutation; or 'good-morning,' which they seemed to regard as an intensitive; jests followed, they surrounded me with harsh laughter and rude looks, and I was glad to move away. In the South Seas
  • But too often, in the educational community, those words are used as a cliche, a catch-phrase or salutation that is repeated so often as to practically lose all meaning. Ed Schmidt: Through Their Eyes
  • No sooner were these words spoken, when Panurge coming up towards her, after the ceremonial performance of a profound and humble salutation, presented her with six neat’s tongues dried in the smoke, a great butter-pot full of fresh cheese, a borachio furnished with good beverage, and a ram’s cod stored with single pence, newly coined. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

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