SALUTER


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SALUTERSize, Activity, Location, Unit, Time & Equipment Report
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Although "Hispanic" is not a race (Rawlings & Saluter, 1994; RSA, 1995; U.S.
Adler, M.C., Clark, R.F., DeMaio, T.J., Miller, L.F., & Saluter, A.F.
Although the two gestures both signal respect to a higher-ranking officer, subtle differences clearly signify a saluter's nationality.
In a third of these homes, neither parent was present (Saluter, 1992), typically making the grandparent the sole or primary caregiver.
Saluter, Marital Status and Living Arrangements, in U.S.