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saving

1. Law denoting or relating to an exception or reservation
2. Law an exception or reservation
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99 Saving PS100 Philips Senseo HD7825/60 Coffee Machine - Black Was PS99.
The middle class is not saving today, and the reason is because they don't have any money to save,'' said University of Southern California law professor Ed McCaffrey.
If you had selected a time period in exhibit 2 for saving history, you now will be able to see that history.
Average weekly saving: pounds 5 Total saving: pounds 30Total saving in six weeks: pounds 300
They had large retirement funds, built up over time through diligent saving and investing.
Both Titanic and Saving Private Ryan show that the triumph over death and sin lies not in a great abyss but in another's love the same love we're called to remember every Christmas.
As these sources are reduced along with our trade deficit, other sources must be found, or demands for saving curtailed.
Saving more than $1 million is quite a commendable feat when you consider that Dawson was a laborer who had an eighth-grade education.
Many of the people around Jesus never experienced his saving work in their lives.
I save for particular things," says Campbell, who is now saving tuition for his college-bound daughter.