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Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources for unanimously passing the Good Samaritan Search and Recovery Act, legislation Heller introduced to speed access to public lands so accredited volunteer search groups can conduct searches for missing persons.
Radio Veritas has been serving the people through Good Samaritan, airing Monday to Friday from 1 to 3 p.
Such a legislation, it added, would give legal backing to the guidelines, address the concerns of the Good Samaritans and protect them from all forms of harassment.
The story of the good Samaritan has always challenged me.
Agarwal in a report compiled by the Supreme Court- panel he headed on framing guidelines for the protection of Good Samaritans.
I scarcely had enough time to thank the good Samaritan.
My handbag had been handed in minutes earlier by a good Samaritan who didn't leave his name or address.
PIERRE SALVADORI'S ``Apres Vous'' is about a Good Samaritan who starts the movie helping everyone but himself (and, by extension, his long-suffering girlfriend) and, following a wild series of predicaments, reaches a point where he faces a lifetime of unhappiness unless he sells somebody out.
It is very comforting to us, to think that Tom was surrounded by such Good Samaritans in his final chapter in life and we all thank you for your concern, effort and comfort that you showered on him.
He is reminded of the story of the Good Samaritan who came to the aid of the man left half dead on the road between Jerusalem and Jericho.
A GOOD Samaritan motorist stopped to help at the scene of a road crash and ended up being convicted of drink-driving.
Sand Hill Group last night announced the winners of the first annual SHG Foundation awards for software industry Good Samaritans, Social Entrepreneurship and Luminary.

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