call for help

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There are, too, fewer carnivorous reptiles at the north end of the island, and not so many of the great and ferocious members of the cat family as take their hideous toll of life among the races further south.
Locally, victims of sexual abuse and assault have a new channel for help, as Call For Help in the Metro East is expanding its services to Randolph and Monroe counties.
Another call for help was made when a boat suffered engine failure off Rhoscolyn in Anglesey.
A STRICKEN pleasure fishing boat that suffered mechanical failure needed lifeboat assistance after making a radio call for help.
Global Banking News-November 9, 2012--ECB rejects call for help from Greece(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
But the rain had left the rocks wet and slippery and their rope got stuck, so they decided to call for help, which was probably th best thing to do.
Following another call or help Following another call for help minutes later, an ambulance still wasn't summoned.
If there was an emergency, there may be no opportunity to call for help.
38-39); it could easily be classed as a call for help.
The police officer told the Daily Telegraph that young Danyelle not only got out of the vehicle, but climbed up a 100-foot embankment to get back to the road, "walked to their nearest neighbor on Cloud View Road, got them to call for help, [and] then went back to stay with her grandmother.
In 2001 an industrial fishing trawler went down in the Arctic and sank so quickly there was no time for the crew to even call for help.
A passing motorist broke a window and rescued two dogs from the Ford Explorer, which burst into flames as its driver walked to a call box to call for help, fire officials said.