SALT


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AcronymDefinition
SALTStrategic Arms Limitation Talks
SALTState And Local Tax
SALTSouthern African Large Telescope (11m mirror array)
SALTStrategic Arms Limitation Treaty
SALTSouth African Large Telescope
SALTSpeech and Language Therapist
SALTSpeech Application Language Tags
SALTSociety for Applied Learning Technology
SALTStrategic Alternative Learning Techniques (University of Arizona)
SALTSingle and Loving It
SALTSeniors and Law Enforcement Together
SALTStand A Little Taller
SALTServing and Learning Together
SALTSame As Last Time
SALTService Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo
SALTSloping Agricultural Land Technology (agroforestry)
SALTSkin-Associated Lymphoid Tissue
SALTSeminars About Long-term Thinking
SALTSocietà Autostrada Ligure Toscana (Italian)
SALTSupporting Arms Liaison Team
SALTSave A Life Today (emergency contact system)
SALTSafety Altitude (aviation)
SALTStandards-Based Access to Multilingual Lexicons and Terminologies
SALTSalt and Light Together (youth group)
SALTSaskatchewan Association of Library Technicians (Canada)
SALTSize, Activity, Location, Time (military report)
SALTSavannas in the Long Term
SALTSystems Arabic Localization Technology (Cairo, Egypt)
SALTSteered Agile Laser Transceivers
SALTSituation Awareness Logistics Tool
SALTSpinsat Altimeter
SaLTSarawak Language Technology
SALTSpecial Altimeter
SALTSmith County Area Libraries Together
SALTSingles Aimed at Living Truth
SALTSize Attitude Location Type (science)
SALTSecurity Assessment Laboratory Test
SALTSingles Alive in the Lord Together (Lincolnton, NC)
SALTSenior Agency Leadership Team
SALTSilent Assault with Lethal Tactics (Counter-Strike clan)
SALTSupporting Army Liaison Team
SALTStrategic Administrative Leadership Team
SALTSingle Alternate-Line Traffic
References in classic literature ?
The salt lake gave us its fish, the wood its deer, and the air its birds.
On the first day of January, 1778, I went with a party of thirty men to the Blue Licks, on Licking River, to make salt for the different garrisons in the country.
Captain Sublette, in one of his early expeditions across the mountains, is said to have sent four men in a skin canoe, to explore the lake, who professed to have navigated all round it; but to have suffered excessively from thirst, the water of the lake being extremely salt, and there being no fresh streams running into it.
He had an extremely disturbing air of being everlastingly ready (even when seated at table at my right hand before a plate of salt beef) to grapple with some impending calamity.
From the extravagant value placed upon the article, I verily believe, that with a bushel of common Liverpool salt all the real estate in Typee might have been purchased.
The musketeer then made some inquiries concerning the salt-mines, and took the road to the marshes, leaving the sea on his right, and penetrating into that vast and desolate plain which resembles a sea of mud, of which, here and there, a few crests of salt silver the undulations.
The ridge which lay on the right of the travellers having now become very low, they passed over it, and came into a level plain, about ten miles in circumference, and incrusted to the depth of a foot or eighteen inches with salt as white as snow.
Wait till our mainsail's bent, an' she walks home with all her salt wet.
It concerneth likewise the health of the plantation, that they have good store of salt with them, that they may use it in their victuals, when it shall be necessary.
So now the bird set the table, and the mouse looked after the food and, wishing to prepare it in the same way as the sausage, by rolling in and out among the vegetables to salt and butter them, she jumped into the pot; but she stopped short long before she reached the bottom, having already parted not only with her skin and hair, but also with life.
It was like the salt which his nurse used to tell him about: you could catch any bird by putting salt on his tail; and once he had taken a little bag of it into Kensington Gardens.
All who lived in the little town were in one way or another connected with the salt business.