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Save

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.

save

conjunction bar, barring, besides, but for, excepting, lacking, leaving out, not including, short of, without

save

preposition but, except, exclusive of, less, minus

save

(Conserve), verb hold, keep safe, preserve, redeem, salvage

save

(Hold back), verb economize, hoard, keep, reserve, retain

save

(Rescue), verb avert, defend, fend off, give salvaaion, help, liberate, protect, safeguard, shield
See also: conserve, deposit, extricate, free, fund, garner, glean, hold, keep, maintain, perpetuate, possess, preserve, prolong, protect, release, remedy, renew, rescue, reserve, retain, shelter, store, sustain, unless
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Important: For Track Changes to be effective, you must save your workbook with these settings on your network drive before you allow other users access.
So why not save cash by buying two less tickets a week?
We ask him to save us from what we perceive to be a shortage of vocations.
The association has already partnered with two local Baptist churches, and Williams plans to encourage parishioners to save through their church's credit unions.
Save Cambridge planter (30cm), Wilko, PS15 SAVE: PS22 ?
Consumers can figure out how much to save by using ASEC's Ballpark Estimate worksheet at www.