Salvo

Salvo is Australian slang for a member of the Salvation Army.
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salvo

[n] - an outburst resembling the discharge of firearms or the release of bombs 2. [n] - a sudden outburst of cheers
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Salvo

Sal'vo noun ; plural Salvos . [ Latin salvo jure , literally, the right being reserved. See Safe. ] An exception; a reservation; an excuse. « They admit many salvos , cautions, and reservations.» Eikon Basilike.
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salvo

noun a sudden outburst of cheers; `there was a salvo of approval`
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Salvo

• (n.) A salute paid by a simultaneous, or nearly simultaneous, firing of a number of cannon. • (n.) A concentrated fire from pieces of artillery, as in endeavoring to make a break in a fortification; a volley. • (n.) An exception; a reservation; an excuse.
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salvo

salvo 1. An alteration of salva (1591), 'a simultaneous discharge of guns' from Italian salva, salue, volley, from Latin salve, 'hail!'; literally, 'be in good health!' from the usual Roman greeting, regarded as the imperative grammatical form of salvere 'to be in good health'. 2. The firing of several weapons simultaneously, especially at a forma...
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Salvo

[magazine] Salvo is a Christian magazine published by the Fellowship of St. James (FSJ) four times every year. It critiques media including books and other media, and also contains other informative articles. The magazine itself writes most of the publication`s articles on Christian issues from a Christian viewpoint; for example, homosexual...
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Salvo

Member of the Salvation Army.
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Salvo

A salvo is a concentrated fire from pieces of artillery, used in such circumstances as in endeavouring to make a break in a fortification.
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Salvo

From Latin salvo, ablative of salvus, the past participle of salvāre (`to save, to reserve”), either from salvo jure literally `the right being reserved`, or from salvo errore et omissone `reserving error and omission`. Latin salvus m (feminine salva, neuter salvum); first/second declension 1.safe, well, unharmed, sound, saved, alive Ital...
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salvo

excepting
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Salvo

[given name] Salvo is the given name of: ==People== ==Fictional characters== ...
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