semper paratus
foreign term Etymology: Latin always prepared — motto of the United States Coast Guard

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  • Semper Paratus — Semper paratus, locution latine signifiant « toujours prêt », est la devise de différents corps militaires, le plus souvent. Sommaire 1 Dans l armée 1.1 Canada 1.2 États Unis 1.3 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Semper paratus — Semper paratus, locution latine signifiant « toujours prêt », est la devise de différents corps militaires, le plus souvent. Sommaire 1 Dans l armée 1.1 Canada 1.2 États Unis 1.3 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Semper paratus — (Latin, Always Ready ) is the motto of a number of different organizations:Canada* The Windsor Regiment (RCAC), an armoured regiment * The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment), an infantry regiment * The Brockville Rifles, an… …   Wikipedia

  • semper paratus — [pə rāt′əs, pərät′əs] [L] always prepared: motto of the U.S. Coast Guard …   English World dictionary

  • semper paratus — ˌsempə(r)pəˈräd.əs, rād. noun Etymology: Latin, always ready : a plea at law by which a defendant in an action of assumpsit alleges that he has always been ready to comply with the demand * * * /sem perdd pah rddah toos/; Eng. /sem peuhr peuh ray …   Useful english dictionary

  • semper paratus — /sem perdd pah rddah toos/; Eng. /sem peuhr peuh ray teuhs/, Latin. always ready: motto of the U.S. Coast Guard. * * * …   Universalium

  • semper paratus — (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Lat., ever ready. See preparation …   English dictionary for students

  • semper paratus —    (SEM pehr pah RAH tus) [Latin] Always prepared: the motto of the U.S. Coast Guard …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • Semper Paratus — • Always Ready …   Maritime acronyms and abbreviations

  • semper paratus — /sempar pareytas/ Always ready. The name of a plea by which the defendant alleges that he has always been ready to perform what is demanded of him …   Black's law dictionary

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