To-the-rescue sentence example

to-the-rescue
  • He was actually sentenced to 90 days in jail in June of that year for the same thing, until Whitney and her checkbook came to the rescue to pay the $15,000 in overdue support.
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  • I felt envious, but a local character came to the rescue with green tangerines which tasted surprisingly ripe.
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  • 9 The god Ea or Hea, the Oannes of Berossus, equivalent to the fish-god Dagon, came to the rescue of the protagonist in the Chaldaean drama of the deluge.
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  • The Padstow Harbour Association (1829) is devoted to the rescue of ships in distress, making no claims for salvage beyond the sums necessary for its maintenance.
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  • Out of the blue, the cavalry comes to the rescue.
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  • I made a terrified noise that brought Viny, my old nurse, to the rescue.
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  • That's when space saving furniture comes to the rescue.
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  • Luckily for those sun gods and goddesses out there, technology has come to the rescue.
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  • It's the snow making machine that comes to the rescue!
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  • Jackets - Again, thrift stores often come to the rescue when it comes to finding "emo worthy" jackets.
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  • We work with them so there are proceeds that go to the rescue.
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  • Sheer veils come to the rescue again here.
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  • Plus sized strapless bras can come to the rescue.
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  • Fortunately, plenty of individual designers have come to the rescue and you can go online and find some great choices.
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  • If you fall off the track or are trapped underwater, Lakitu comes to the rescue.
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  • Thankfully PDA Panache has come to the rescue once again, bringing DS Lite users a high-quality alternative stylus.
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  • Bummer. Link is quick to hop to the rescue and sets off on his adventure.
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  • When you fall in love with a song and need to have it on your iPod immediately, but don't know how to search for it because you have no idea what the title is or who the artist is, Shazam comes to the rescue.
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  • At the same website, a person with the user name of Darkgemini describes coming to the rescue of his girlfriend.
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  • Amazon.com always comes to the rescue these days.
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  • Again, silver comes to the rescue here because if your dress is long and you choose flats, you're not wasting money on a dye job that no one will see.
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  • Festivity Favors may come to the rescue as far as invitations are concerned if you're throwing a lingerie shower for a bride-to-be.
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  • Soon, though, Vikki would come to the rescue and admit that she was also bisexual and Rikki was no longer afraid of keeping it inside.
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  • A Decepticon called The Doctor plans to remove Sam's brain to get the information, but Optimus and Bumblebee come to the rescue.
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  • DogPile donates a portion of its ad revenue to the rescue of animals in need.
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  • Howie remained intransigent in restricting his gift to the rescue children.
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  • Nice to have you come white-knighting to the rescue every time I need it.
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  • The result came to be that many small lines were begun by companies that had not the means to complete them, and again the state had to come to the rescue.
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  • The same year he published a remarkable pamphlet on the Italian War and the Mission of Prussia, in which he warned his countrymen against going to the rescue of Austria in her war with France.
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  • After some hesitation the latter obeyed, hoping by his influence to rally all the Piagnoni to the rescue.
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  • In the first he urged that, since the Church had failed to reform itself, the secular government should come to the rescue.
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  • This time the Poles came to the rescue of the Government in its hour of need, by getting a form of standing order approved which rendered obstruction somewhat more difficult, and in this, curiously enough, they were helped by the Czechs; for obstruction had brought even them into an impasse, since their financial requirements had not been met.
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  • The Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians, however, remained the faithful allies of the whites, and volunteers from Georgia, South Carolina and Tennessee, and later United States troops, marched to the rescue of the threatened settlements.
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  • In tropical countries drought is the commonest cause of a failure in the harvest, and where great droughts are not uncommon - as in parts of India and Australia - the hydraulic engineer comes to the rescue by devising systems of water-storage and irrigation.
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  • An army sent to the rescue by Ibn Zobair under the command of his brother Mus`ab was beaten in Palestine by `Amr Ashdaq.
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  • Musa, though angered by the disobedience of Tariq, hastened to the rescue and embarked in April 712 with 18,000 men, among them many noble Arabs, and began, advised by Julian, a methodical campaign, with the purpose of establishing and securing a line of communication between the sea and Toledo.
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  • Moslim, came to the rescue by attacking the rear of Ibrahim.
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  • China came to the rescue with 60,000 men, and six years of a gigantic and bloody war followed, in which Japan used firearms for the first time against a foreign foe.
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  • The Britons burnt the Roman municipalities of Verulam and Colchester, the mart of London, and several military posts, massacred "over 70,000" Romans and Britons friendly to Rome, and almost annihilated the Ninth Legion marching from Lincoln to the rescue.
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  • The company having met with numberless difficulties and financial troubles, the French government, on the extinction of the company's funds, came to the rescue and provided money for the construction.
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  • We are told how, at a critical moment in the great battle of Sempach, when the Swiss had failed to break the serried ranks of the Austrian knights, a man of Unterwalden, Arnold von Winkelried by name, came to the rescue.
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  • In 1282 there was a sudden and well-planned rising, which extended from the gates of Chester to those of Carmarthen; several castles were captured by the insurgents, and Edward had to come to the rescue of the lordsmarchers at the head of a very large army.
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  • The leaders of both parties combined to invite the prince of Orange to come to the rescue of the religion and laws of England.
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  • It is extraordinary that Louis should have escaped final destruction, considering that Henry had subdued Scotland, retaken Anjou from his brother Geoffrey, won a hold over Brittany, and schemed successfully for Languedoc. But the Church once more came to the rescue of her devoted son.
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  • Chapter xi., where he leads Israel and Judah to the rescue of their kinsmen of Jabesh-Gilead, rebuilding the temple, Hag.
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  • Several Brothers to the Rescue planes violated Cuban airspace over the City of Havana.
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  • After the entire hullabaloo about debt ridden customers, somebody seems to have finally come to the rescue of debtors struggling to make repayments.
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  • Blake comes to the rescue and also recovers the emerald necklace but Kew gets away to fight another day.
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  • Stranded on the far side of the galaxy and seventy years' travel from home, there was no Starfleet to watch her back or come to the rescue in the nick of time.
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