Life Saver


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Noun1.Life Saver - a candy shaped like a small lifesaverLife Saver - a candy shaped like a small lifesaver
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
candy, confect - a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts
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CYCA SOLAS Trusts has provided Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter (Lismore), with $7,850 to purchase an EAM T7AS Life raft.
We believe that the Super Life Saver savings account will help people put their financial future first as they rebuild their savings and establish a foundation for the future.
Omega Plastics in Team Valley is making a Life Saver bottle which uses a filtration system allowing water from any source to be consumed.
The person making a winning nomination and the life saver will each receive a Vodafone mobile phone.
Mary Leavens Schwabauer, chairwoman of the Ventura County Community Foundation and founder of the Women's Legacy Fund, earned Humanitarian of the Year, and Laura Hall earned Life Saver of the Year for her leadership on two 911 emergency calls.
1) Distribute a sealed envelope containing one Life Saver to each student.
Indeed, when management faces the problems of a tight labor market, as they do with the IT labor shortage, networking may be a real life saver.
Since bacterial chromosomes usually come in circles, this theory invokes pictures of stacked loops of DNA, resembling a roll of hard candies, and so has earned the name the Life Saver hypothesis.
Our two top life saver stories go before a national judging panel.
PSNI Inspector Mervyn Elliott hailed the rescuer as a life saver.
Children have referred to this display as the electric Life Saver effect.
Alabama Life Saver Flight Teams to Be Recognized for Commitment to Emergency Medical Services Throughout Alabama