render assistance

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"Oh!" 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.
209, otherwise known as the Good Samaritan At Sea Law, with the aim to implement international laws concerning safety of life at sea and the duty to render assistance to persons in distress at sea.
Under the bill, which Tolentino filed in July 2019, a vessel's captain, crew and passengers shall be held liable for refusing or failing to render assistance to persons in distress at sea.
INSARAG external re-qualification certificate proves the fact of the high preparedness of the team and the capacity to render assistance to the population suffered from possible disaster in various countries of the world.
Summary: Porbandar (Gujarat) [India], Aug 9 (ANI): Indian Coast Guard vessel Sangram was diverted on Friday to render assistance to a Singapore flag vessel MV APL LE HARVE which reported a fire on-board.
In his bill, he said such measure will "ensure that persons guilty of jeopardizing the lives of men at sea and those who unreasonably fail to render assistance to persons in distress at sea do not go unpunished."
Francis Tolentino is pushing for the passage of the"Good Samaritan at Sea Law," which aims to implement provisions in international maritime instruments concerning the safety of life at sea and the duty to render assistance to persons in distress at sea.
Ms Selwe indicated that her department was ready to work hand in hand with the MVA and render assistance anytime there was need.
The US will render assistance to the diversification of the Turkmen gas export markets, US Ambassador Matthew S.
The Fire and Rescue Department's Pasir Gudang station was alerted by the situation at 3.39pm before rushing to the school to render assistance.
Article 98 of UNCLOS explicitly provides for the 'duty to render assistance'.