Samaritan

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Samaritan

1. a native or inhabitant of Samaria
2. short for Good Samaritan
3. the dialect of Aramaic spoken in Samaria
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I swear sometimes that if the good Samaritan were around today, he would figure out a bypass to Jericho.
Is there any way to overcome the Good Samaritan Syndrome and be effective?
For me, the best remedy for the Good Samaritan Syndrome is in community organization.
Representing the Centre, Additional Solicitor General Sidharth Luthra welcomed the idea of a law to protect Good Samaritans, but said it would have to be examined by the law ministry.
Protect Good Samaritans, a term used here to describe people who help accident victims before the police arrives, from harassment in police stations and courts
We have received an outpouring of community support and excitement for the new hospital," said Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center's President and Chief Executive Officer, David Hamm.
Exempla Good Samaritan Medical Center will continue the legacy of healing established by its sister hospitals, Exempla Saint Joseph Hospital and Exempla Lutheran Medical Center, two of the oldest and most respected hospitals in Colorado," said Jeffrey D.
Bakersfield detectives transmitted a photograph that the good Samaritans positively identified as the pair seen in Acton, police said.
A majority of physicians believe that religious upbringing is either very important (28%) or important (41%) to one's willingness to act as a Good Samaritan
This stopped due to many good Samaritans being beaten, robbed and even murdered.
Some sectarian laws have moved good Samaritans from action to inaction for fear of legal retribution.
A good Samaritan, who can come in all sizes, shapes and colors, could be a local company donating clothing, a 10-year-old collecting food, a church group providing volunteers, or a retired man who does daily laundry.

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