render assistance

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exclaimed Charles, "if Heaven permits kings to be thus ignorant of the histories of each other, how can they render assistance to their brothers who need it?
He suddenly realized that this poor weak she could not keep up with them and that if they traveled at her slow rate they might be too late to render assistance to the Tarmangani, and so without more ado, the giant anthropoid picked Bertha Kircher bodily from the ground and swung her to his back.
Under French law, for example, failure to render assistance to a person in urgent need of help can be met with fines of up to 75,000 euros and 5 years' imprisonment.
The US Navy accompanied four American-flagged ships and a British vessel moving through the Strait of Hormuz at the mouth of the Gulf on April 30, and officials said the US will render assistance to any other nation concerned about interference from Iranian vessels.
Tenders are invited for supply of casul labour to render assistance in carrying out pest control activities and other allied technical operations at Central Warehouses/RO under Kochi Region located in Kerala State on need basis.
False calls can tie up operators and prevent our team arriving quickly to render assistance.
False calls can tie up operators and prevent our team from arriving quickly to render assistance.
As for the Arms Trade Treaty, the resolution urged States to consider "ratifying or acceding to the ATT as soon as possible," and encouraged States, intergovernmentaL regional and subregional organizations that are in a position to do so to render assistance in capacity-building to enable States Parties to fulfil and implement the Treaty's obligations.
A doctor who said he was leaving church near the accident site raced from his car to render assistance to the unidentified man, whose shoe, baseball cap, wristwatch, jacket and bag were still on the ground as an accident reconstruction team worked nearby Sunday afternoon.
Russian President Vladimir Putin highly assessed the organization of a counterterrorism operation conducted in Russia's North Caucasus republic of Chechnya on Thursday and instructed head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov to render assistance to the families of law enforcement officers killed in an attack by militants.
We render assistance to healthcare systems in the epidemic-stricken countries through national Red Cross organizations and through our own activity," Maurer told Itar-Tass.
This is a collision that impacted many people, including emergency responders, those available at the scene to render assistance and those at the scene that observed what transpired," she said.