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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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Ryder chief executive Peter Buchan said: "I would like to think that the building is saveable but we simply don't know at this stage.
'If he was saveable, I was prepared to take that risk to save a life.'
That meant the pressure was on Knight but he presented his kick at a saveable height and Kurokawa palmed the ball to safety.
The wings of the stand appear as though they can be restored and the stewards box looks saveable, but the computer room has been destroyed.
The rebound fell to El Ghazi who fed Hourihane and he had the presence of mind to lay the ball off to Glenn Whelan, whose low shot looked eminently saveable but Randolph allowed it to squirm through his gloves and cross the line.
"We believe that a serious change of course is desperately needed in order for us to do our jobs effectively and to prevent losing saveable lives.
Mr Chaudry, making his first trip to Rhyl in 32 years, said: "I've brought my operational team here to look at the mechanical and electrical aspects of the building to ascertain whether this iconic asset is saveable. I'm a businessman and an entrepreneur.
Simon Bevan, the firefighter's crew manager on the night of the blaze, told the jury the outlook for anyone in the building was bleak, adding: "Looking at the intensity of that fire, the likelihood of there being saveable lives was very doubtful." He said deciding to leave the property was "an extremely difficult decision" because they were still looking for people.
"Clubs are always saveable - but that doesn't mean it will be saved.
"I would urge patients to make regular appointments with their dentist because treatments required to save teeth affected by pain are often lengthy and more expensive than more conventional treatments and sometimes the tooth may not be saveable.