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saver

a person, company or institution who sets aside a proportion of current income by forgoing immediate spending on consumption. See SAVINGS.
Collins Dictionary of Business, 3rd ed. © 2002, 2005 C Pass, B Lowes, A Pendleton, L Chadwick, D O’Reilly and M Afferson
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All- all expired save thee- save less than thou: Save only the divine light in thine eyes- Save but the soul in thine uplifted eyes.
"That is not what I mean," said the Highwayman; "you cannot save your money by giving up your life."
``Not so, father Cedric,'' said Athelstane, grasping his hand, for, when roused to think or act, his deeds and sentiments were not unbecoming his high race ``Not so,'' he continued; ``I would rather remain in this hall a week without food save the prisoner's stinted loaf, or drink save the prisoner's measure of water, than embrace the opportunity to escape which the slave's untaught kindness has purveyed for his master.''
If you will help us to save him I promise that he shall treat you all with kindness."
"Hope still!" said the doctor; "we are near you, and we will save you now, as we saved you from the tortures of the stake."
"You did, indeed!" agreed the Scarecrow, "and they work so splendidly that they have found a way to save Oz--to save us all!"
I did it to save Unc Nunkie, and thought I would not be found out.
From this they had to deduct their carfare, since the distance was so great; but after a while they made friends, and learned still more, and then they would save their carfare.
There's none but you, my beauty, who can save Stephanie.
The Wizard knew that if Dorothy's pet was found guilty and condemned to death the little girl would be made very unhappy; so, although he grieved over the piglet's sad fate as much as any of them, he resolved to save Eureka's life.
"When they got to us, and Buffalo Bill saw the child lying there so white, he said, 'My God!' and the sound of his voice brought her to herself, and she gave a little cry of pleasure and struggled to get up, but couldn't, and the soldiers gathered her up like the tenderest women, and their eyes were wet and they were not ashamed, when they saw her arm dangling; and so were Buffalo Bill's, and when they laid her in his arms he said, 'My darling, how does this come?' and she said, 'We came to save you, but I was tired, and couldn't keep awake, and fell off and hurt myself, and couldn't get on again.' 'You came to save me, you dear little rat?
Only a Frenchman could perform a great deed, and to save his life- the life of M.