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Buy nowIn cold and wet conditions, these gloves are a lifesaver.
7 OF MY FAVORITE WOMEN’S WORKWEAR PIECESBERNE BROUDYMARCH 22, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
During those rare events, which may become less rare thanks to climate change, a gas stove can literally be a lifesaver.
GAS STOVES ARE BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT—BUT WHAT IF THE POWER GOES OUT?SARA KILEY WATSONMARCH 5, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
I’ve continued to hear all these years about how this book was a lifesaver.
HOW A GROUNDBREAKING BOOK HELPED A GENERATION OF LESBIANS SEE THEMSELVES IN THE 1970SPAUL MOAKLEYFEBRUARY 13, 2021TIME
They have been lifesavers for me over these past months and we have kept up a Zoom call every morning, seven days a week, since the beginning of the pandemic in March.
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND LET’S END ‘ALTERNATIVE FACTS’PETER ROSENSTEINDECEMBER 22, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
For these bumblebees, accelerating bloom times could be a lifesaver.
BUMBLEBEES MAY BITE LEAVES TO SPUR PLANT BLOOMINGSUSAN MILIUSJULY 2, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
They'll probably patch it up and if we get a chance to escape later, it may be a lifesaver.
THE SOLAR MAGNETSTERNER ST. PAUL MEEK
It was a lifesaver, for he was shooting down into the darkness at a great rate.
THE ROYAL BOOK OF OZL. FRANK BAUM
Such a device, Tom felt, might prove to be a lifesaver if he should ever become trapped under water—perhaps far from help.
TOM SWIFT AND THE ELECTRONIC HYDROLUNGVICTOR APPLETON
He's been a lifesaver ever since he was a-put inter pants, but his jints is too stiff now.
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