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you're a lifesaver

You are wonderful and/or helpful. You brought me coffee? Ah, you're a lifesaver. Thank you much for picking up the cupcakes on your way to the party—you're a lifesaver.
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Eligible applicants will receive a Project Lifesaver kit, which includes a small transmitter that can be worn on the wrist or ankle.
In our effort to fight against distracted driving, and help reduce driver risks, we researched distracted driving solutions and decided LifeSaver offers the best solution.
As part of the Barrington High education campaign with Operation Lifesaver, Dorn coordinated installation of "See Tracks?
The selected subset of lifesaver ASes are selected from mitigation system next to achieve route promotion for the route to the victim AS.
Operation Lifesaver's 50-state network of volunteers will support ongoing education efforts at schools and with law enforcement, first responders, professional drivers and community organizations.
The Lifesaver Case works with the iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and 5c and Powell said that support for leading Android devices was coming soon.
"This combat lifesaver has come at the right time," said Mwase.
Project Lifesaver, a nonprofit organization founded by public safety officers, aids people with Alzheimer's disease and related mentally dysfunctional disorders (ARMD), such as Downs Syndrome, traumatic brain injury, and autism, and their families by distributing electronic bracelets to those with the history of or a potential for wandering (72 percent of wanderers repeat).
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.
(2) In response to these insecurities Operation "Lifesaver" was developed.
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.