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The teams are made up of Coastguard Rescue Officers (CROs) who are volunteers trained to carry out rescues
and provide assistance to those in distress on the UK's coastline.
Swim'r is a collapsible rudder that attaches to a life ring and deploys automatically when the ring is thrown into the water.
A range of stakeholders were consulted for their advice on content and implementation issues for the proposed program, including Toronto Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Rescu
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Prior we were invited for a seminar in Bucharest's "Grigore Antipa" National Museum where the monumental B n rescu
- Nalbant collection with over 10,000 specimens, especially of the families Cyprinidae, Cobitidae and Gobiidae, is under the custody of the Museum.
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Summary: In March of this year the Dar al-Ajaza al-Islamiyya Hospital opened Lebanon's first palliative care center, RESCU
(Respiratory Special Care Unit), which expanded the hospital's existing geriatric facilities.
Its service becomes whatever the OEM wants including Mercedes-Benz Tele Aid, Lincoln RESCU
, Infiniti Communicator and Jaguar Assist.
Soon both companies offered their own in-vehicle telematics systems, Rescu
by Ford and OnStar by GM.
Oliner, The Altruistic Personality: Rescu
ers of Jews in Nazi Europe (New York: Free Press, 1988); Rittner and Myers, Courage to Care; Francois Rochat and Andre Modigliani, "The Ordinary Quality of Resistance: From Milgram's Laboratory to the Village of Le Chambon," Journal of Social Issues 51:3 (1995): 195-210, Nechama Tec, "Polish Anti-Semitism and the Rescuing of Jews," East European Quarterly 20:3 (1986): 299-315; Nechama Tec, When Light Pierced the Darkness: Christian Rescue of Jews in Nazi-Occupied Poland (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986); Fogelman, Conscience and Courage.