TOML

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AcronymDefinition
TOMLThat Others May Live (Foundation)
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"Jerry was that person who deserved to be recognized not just for what he did, but for who he was: a man for whom ISP's credo -- integrity, service, pride -- were more than words; a man who was willing to give his life so that others may live."
To give up your life so that others may live. To go face-to-face with the enemy with the possibility of death and still want to fight on.
Their motto, That Others May Live, and their trauma medicine capabilities combined with battlefield skills make them special even within the special operations community.
Now she has promised to raise even more so that others may live through the Gemma Rose Foundation - Rose after the character Kate played in Titanic.
Now she has promised to raise even more so that others may live through the Gemma Rose Foundation -- Rose after the character Kate played in Titanic.
The combat search and rescue community motto, "These things we do, that others may live," is a reminder of the sacrifice a rescue member is willing to make to ensure someone who's having their worst day, doesn't have their last day.
We have innumerable testaments of a death undergone that others may live, such as Maximillian Kolbe, whose feast day we celebrated last Aug.
True to the motto of the 920th Rescue Wing, 'These things, we do, that others may live,' this rescue story is the most meaningful story about German-American relations that I can imagine."
They are giving final honors to men and women who gave their lives, "so that others may live."
It is these people, volunteers for the daunting duty, who risk themselves so that others may live. It is a vital service in short supply in Canada.
"Kirkpatrick was a true hero - as it says on his gravestone - he gave his life that others may live. Anzac Day marks 100 years since the Gallipoli landings and I'm sure the people of South Tyneside will take a moment to think of Kirkpatrick, who remains one of South Shields' greatest heroes."
"Kirkpatrick was a true hero -- as it says on his gravestone -- he gave his life that others may live. Anzac Day marks 100 years since the Gallipoli landings and I'm sure the people of South Tyneside will take a moment to think of Kirkpatrick, who remains one of South Shields' greatest heroes."