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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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Saving Grace has a fleet of 18 vehicles that collect cooked leftover food from hotels, wedding parties and other functions throughout the year for distribution to needy families.
The Good News of Jesus' victory over sin and death is the Word that brings saving grace to all, whether Jew or Greek.
One saving grace," explains Abby Noyes, interior designer, "was that many of the original light fixtures and furniture items scheduled for reuse were in off-site storage during the construction.
The saving grace of the cavernous Innis Town Hall, however, is it allows musicians to accompany a film live.
Menem's deputy, Domingo Cavallo, established peso-dollar parity that was the country's saving grace at first but later turned out to be a double-edged sword.
Her saving grace is her world-traveling Great-Uncle Mort (aka GUM).
Close ties to old friends are her only saving grace aside from the poetry she learns to craft in her many moments of solitude.
Here's my contribution to an election in which the humor that's been generated may be the only saving grace (remember "Hail to the Thief"?
While it is subtle in its agenda of revealing the extent of the use of marijuana, even in a small Cornish village, Saving Grace is smart in its dealing with issues of loss and change.
Running throughout the volume is Laguardia's contention, explained in chapter 1, that the "nouvelle" is not a realistic genre, despite the claims of most nineteenth and twentieth-century critics, who saw realism as the saving grace of the nouvelle, otherwise found to be crude, vulgar and not really worthy of serious study.
We, as a nation, now stand at the head of the world financially, politically, and in saving grace, yet there is the danger that history may repeat itself.
com)-- SAVING Grace will be hosting a charity event, Shop for a Cause on Saturday, November 5th from 10 a.