lifesaver


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Synonyms for lifesaver

an attendant employed at a beach or pool to protect swimmers from accidents

a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material

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Joe DeLago, CEO of Good2Go Auto Insurance Inc has collaborated with LifeSaver, a mobile software solution.
In lauding Dorn, Operation Lifesaver said the annual excellence award never went to a chief before because its criteria typically fits work done by patrol officers and firefighters.
Carroll swam every event - being ninth in the 50m carry and fifth in the 100m carry, super lifesaver, 100m tow - and finished top female Commonwealth competitor.
Brummies have raised tens of thousands of pounds to help the charity find lifesavers in the last year alone, and that fiveand-a-half thousand people from the city have registered to save a life with it.
This is achieved by communicating a set of previously selected lifesaver ASes and trains them to take one or two possible actions to return the polluted routing tables in them and in other ASes.
8220;Freight railroads have a true culture of safety every day in the communities they serve, including working with public safety advocate organizations like Operation Lifesaver,” said GoRail President Russell McGurk.
au, the Lifesaver Case transmits live GPS coordinates from the phone, sends the user's personal details, plus triggers recording via the iPhone's video camera and microphone recording.
This combat lifesaver has come at the right time," said Mwase.
Project Lifesaver teams are specially trained on how to approach these people, gain their trust, and put them at ease to transport them home.
Mr Pinnegar visited Stoke Park as part of the Register and Be a Lifesaver campaign launched by the father of Huddersfield Express journalist Adrian who sadly died of leukaemia.
Police officers from Romania have been out and about with officers from the Western Roads Policing Unit, arranged as part of an exchange visit by TISPOL's (European Traffic Police Network) Project Lifesaver.
13) "City of Calgary 'Operation Lifesaver,'" Advertisement, The Albertan, September 14, 1955.
The Autism Resource Center was familiar with the Project Lifesaver equipment that helps keep track of wanderers similar to the way the LoJack car theft system works.
Called, Lifesaver, the bottle relies on a proprietary filtration process that strips bacteria, fungi, parasites, microbiological pathogens from water without chemical additives.
The combat lifesaver is a nonmedical Soldier trained to provide advanced first aid/lifesaving procedures beyond the level of self aid or buddy aid.