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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.
ATLANTA, July 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Grammy(R)-winning country music recording artist Gretchen Wilson takes center stage in TNT's multi-platform marketing campaign for the second season of the network's provocative drama SAVING GRACE, starring Oscar(R) winner Holly Hunter.
A three-car pileup on a major interstate with numerous injuries is a tragic scene, but medevac helicopters are a saving grace in helping get injured individuals the help they need quickly.
Grace's parents say she's out of control and her old friends don't like her--but Grace thinks she's a whole new chic person and is happy with her new friends in Katherine Spencer's SAVING GRACE (9152057404, $15.
The one saving grace for all small airports may be the impending report by the Airport Management Conference of Ontario.
And Tim McInnerny as Gerald Fedden in The Line Of Beauty, the saving grace of this irksome saga of shallow saddoes.
A saving grace for young Bill was his talent for drawing; through this he was granted a measure of acceptance and even admiration from his peers.
There would, however, be one saving grace if fun-seekers really were that parsimonious.
Your magazine--above all of the others--has been the saving grace for many kids out here in Meriden, Connecticut.
Written in straightforward contemporary language ideal for the lay reader, Introduction to Christianity addresses biblical beliefs, the doctrine of redemption through the saving grace of Jesus Christ, and basic tenets of the creed in Jesus Christ, and many other basic topics relevant to core Christian beliefs.
A leadership so reluctant to honor and respect the work of their own at Vatican II always had one saving grace, in my eyes.
The Good News of Jesus' victory over sin and death is the Word that brings saving grace to all, whether Jew or Greek.