military attitude

military attitude

(in obstetrics) a newborn position in which the head is not flexed and the cervical spine is in extension.
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To this military attitude of the soul we give the name of Heroism.
on grounds that it was protecting alleged terrorist organizations in Aleppo, perhaps in reference to a possible ambivalence in the executive branch's military attitude toward Fatah al-Sham.
In Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance, gone is the suit and the military attitude, instead Jo dresses down in jeans and reveals more of her own personality.
In the national defense white paper for 2006, China also said Japan and the United States are strengthening their alliance, with Japan's military attitude becoming more ''external orientated.
Their exploits during the war are legendary, especially considering that the prevailing military attitude at the time considered Blacks incapable of aviation and unfit for leadership positions.
Whether the latter figured into the military attitude toward her is, of course, unknown.
Her father was a police lieutenant and imbued in her a military attitude to life.
How far the military attitude had any justification is hard to assess.
For instance, to what extent did Union military strategy influence military attitudes towards nature in the United States and elsewhere?
If leaders speak negatively about civil society, they run the risk of reinforcing adverse or apathetic military attitudes toward the public.
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