No other consideration could have persuaded me to means so mean save
an end so noble.
But thou O Father, I forewarn thee, shun His deadly arrow; neither vainly hope To be invulnerable in those bright Arms, Though temper'd heav'nly, for that mortal dint, Save
he who reigns above, none can resist.
But in the meantime saves
the country," added Athos.
He swallers sixpenn'orth o' ale, an' saves
a hap'orth o' por-ridge--that's his way o' layin' by money, as I've told him many a time, an' am likely to tell him again afore the day's out.
You see, whatever fatigue one incurs by carrying, one saves
by being carried
Besides, it saves
lead; for, when a body knows how to shoot, one piece of lead is enough for all, except hard-lived animals.
In my country, those whom physicians abandon run the chance of a quack, who kills them ten times but saves
them a hundred times.
the expense of my journey to Kingscote and back, and gives me the opportunity to "finish" a little in French.
There he sits as easy and happy as if he was at home, in the chair by his fireside; he trips against no stones, saves
shoe-leather, and gets on he hardly knows how.
It could not be otherwise; they were being condemned, with that wise recklessness of human life which marks the great general, and often saves
his forces and attains his ends, to certain slaughter, in order to give their cause and the remainder of the army a chance of success.
Twas she who dealt the death-blow to my mystery this morning, 'tis she who saves
my life this evening
As the matter now stands, the king is still alive, and his imprisonment saves