Used as a command to bring soldiers to the attention position. (interjection)
Examples of word attention
To summarize the most effective method of gaining attention -- _hit each sense to which you appeal as strongly as you can, without making a disagreeable impression, strike as many senses as possible, and keep on using your sense-hitting device as long as necessary to get or to recover exclusive favorable attention_.
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Inspiration Deficit Disorder is a play off the term attention deficit disorder, which gets wildly overused, in my opinion.
The term attention-deficit disorder turns out to be a misnomer.
Another thing to which he called our attention was the fact that frames A, B, E, F, H, K and L were stiffened with cross braces, while the rest were not.
It was one of the serious mistakes and they recognize it now and if you look at the programme you find there very little provision for the further development of heavy industry and that the main attention is being directed to developing light industries-commodities the people require.
The last of the five points to which I called your attention was the eye-spots.