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After Ullmark made a diving save on Sheary’s shot from the left side early in the game, the winger finally got the puck past the goaltender in the third for his second goal in as many games.
This continues to be true in the “Legendary Edition,” but your saves from the original trilogy may or may not work.
And his popular sobriquet was Simon the Saver (Anglicè, miser).
Such an institution would be a very great saver of time, and so a great blessing.
The beating net, which is constructed on the same general plan as the butterfly net, is valuable here as a time saver.
It is in some respects preferable to the so-called ‘Dimmock process,’ and particularly as a time-saver.
They welcomed Enslee as a life-saver, embraced him, and bade him confirm their worst suspicions of Paris.
The life saver took the cigar that Hazeltine had given him from his mouth, and blew the smoke into the air over his head.
CAP'N ERIJOSEPH CROSBY LINCOLN
It was in vain to appeal to Mr. Webster, then at the height of his reputation as a Union-saver and great constitutional expounder.
We will surely have to explore those parts, Cleo, even if we do have to take a life saver's kit along with us.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION