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Dub Come Save Me
... Dub Come Save Me is the third album by Roots Manuva ... It is a dub re-working of his second album, Run Come Save Me and was released on Big Dada in July 2002 ...
Ultimate Collection Volume II - Track Listing
... We Know" (Houston, Matt Tennikoff Marty Sampson from Mighty to Save) – 401 "From the Inside Out" (Houston from United We Stand) – 422 "To the Ends of the Earth" (Houston Sampson from Hope) – 447 "L ...
... of Manicaland, Zimbabwe located 3km south of the Save River in the Upper Save valley about 90km west of Mutare ... The village is a rural service centre for the Save communal land ...
Paradox Of Thrift - Overview
... then an increase in the marginal propensity to save, other things being equal, will move the equilibrium point at which income equals output and investment equals savings to lower values ... exercising thrift may be good for an individual by enabling that individual to save for a "rainy day", and yet not be good for the economy as a whole ... If a population saves more money (that is the marginal propensity to save increases across all income levels), then total revenues for companies will decline ...
How To Save A Life
... How to Save a Life is the debut album by American indie rock group The Fray ... album, "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "How to Save a Life" helped the album become a commercial success and brought the band mainstream popularity ...

Famous quotes containing the word save:

    I do not know that the United States can save civilization but at least by our example we can make people think and give them the opportunity of saving themselves. The trouble is that the people of Germany, Italy and Japan are not given the privilege of thinking.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    It cannot be denied that for a society which has to create scarcity to save its members from starvation, to whom abundance spells disaster, and to whom unlimited energy means unlimited power for war and destruction, there is an ominous cloud in the distance though at present it be no bigger than a man’s hand.
    Arthur Stanley Eddington (1882–1944)

    Give me th’ avowed, th’ erect, the manly foe,
    Bold I can meet—perhaps may turn his blow;
    But of all plagues, good Heav’n, thy wrath can send,
    Save, save, oh! save me from the Candid Friend.
    George Canning (1770–1827)