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To except, reserve, or exempt; as where a statute saves vested—fixed—rights. To toll, or suspend the running or operation of; as, to save the Statute of Limitations.

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The movement of the photo itself through real and virtual space signifies its transformation into an event that may or may not shock us into seeing Aylan Kurdi as Aylan Kurdi--that is, as a unique individual connected to larger socio-economic and cultural forces and not as a signifier of savable innocence but rather as a real flesh-and-blood boy who died because his family could not move safely across national borders.
In essence, then, they are each hero and king, each only savable by the other--which is only appropriate for a balanced social organization.
Mr Reay added: "It was a completely savable fire had there been smoke detectors present."
This allowed them to classify 4,414 more calls as "savable." Coupled with its industry-low abandon rate, InfoCision achieved an 8.7 percent jump on the competition before even speaking to a customer.
The course also includes staffing analysis plans that are self-calculable, savable, job-aid documents.
He would do an excellent job with him if he is savable.
The auditor may use a light meter, comparison charts and lighting software to gather information and, perhaps, occupancy loggers to document where substantial amounts of savable energy are lighting unused space.
"I was frustrated and furious because Zidane's free-kick was definitely savable," agreed Manchester City's keeper.
Additional new features and notable enhancements in combustion 3 software include: customizable brushes, savable presets, timeline markers and more.
"While our factory workers cannot compete with $1 an hour jobs in China and our $90,000 a year Wall Street analysts cannot compete with analysts in Madras, India making one third that amount, many jobs leaving our shores are savable, especially those in manufacturing."
Ehrlich said during a bill-signing ceremony that he is committed to proving that even children who commit violent crimes are "savable." The name change "represents a new approach to the problems of juvenile offenders, one that emphasizes a positive and constructive plan for each and every child in our care," he added.