Synonyms for sauver or Related words with sauver

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Examples of "sauver"
He started on TV in 2008 by being an extra on "Il faut sauver Saïd".
H.L., De l’urgente nécessité d’abolir le capitalisme pour sauver la propriété privée et la liberté,s.d. [1933], 72 p.- 384
Daniel Balavoine received, as a posthumous title, the Victoire de la Musique Album of the Year Award in 1986 for "Sauver L'amour".
He also read deeply, and in 1934 published a pamphlet entitled "Union pour sauver Calais de la misère" (Union to Save Calais from Misery) which brought him to the attention of the party leadership.
"L'Aziza" is the name of a 1985 song recorded by French singer Daniel Balavoine and released as a single from his album "Sauver l'amour" on October 1985. The song was very successful, particularly after the singer's death, topping the chart in France for two months.
A French version of the song, titled "Tout pour sauver l'amour" ("All to save love"), was released as a promo single in 1995. The single is subtitled En duo avec Marina ("In a duet with Marina"), as it features Marina Casariego on female vocals.
"Sauver l'amour" is a 1985 song recorded by French singer Daniel Balavoine. It was the second single from his eighth and last album of the same name and was released posthumously in March 1986. It was a hit in France, although it was not as successful as the previous song, "L'Aziza".
Their mission is a social one, and their motto “S’unir pour sauver les enfants défavorisés” translates, “United to save disadvantaged children.” Jean Bellande Joseph Foundation is blind to the religion or sex of children. They are a social organization offering a non-profit service to society.
"Sauver l'amour" was covered in 2005 by Star Academy 5 (France) on its album "Chante Daniel Balavoine". and also by Valérie Dall'Anese. Some members of Les Enfoirés performed the song which was included in their 1997 album "Le Zénith des Enfoirés".
During the Summer, Bala comes back in Scotland for his eighth and most successful record: Sauver l'amour. The French artist innovates again using his Fairlight and it is the first album released on Compact Disc. The Fairlight allows Balavoine to insert a lot of electronic effects and sound never heard before. "Sauvez l'amour" is the best demonstration of Balavoine's talent.
The French public look proudly upon songs like "Vivre ou survivre" (1982), "Dieu que c'est beau" (1984), "L'Aziza", "Sauver l'amour", "Aimer est plus fort que d'être aimé", and "Tous les cris, les SOS" (1985), comparing Balavoine favourably to English language groups like Eurythmics, Queen and Depeche Mode.
Originally published in the UK as Two Hours to Doom, with George using the pseudonym "Peter Bryant" (Bryan Peters for the French translation, "120 minutes pour sauver le monde"), the novel deals with the apocalyptic threat of nuclear war and the almost absurd ease with which it can be triggered. A genre of such topical fiction, of which "Red Alert" was among the earliest examples, sprang up in the late 1950s, led by Nevil Shute's "On the Beach".
Mostly all the songs of the album became hits: "L'Aziza" in honor of his Jewish Moroccan wife and mother of his son, Corinne; the main title song of the album, "Sauver l'amour" an hymn to love; "Tous les Cris, les SOS", a song about despair, "Petit Homme mort au Combat" which main theme is child soldiers, Aimer est plus fort que d'être aimé which was the last single released before Balavoine's death.
The brigade is a unit of the French Army's Engineering Arm ("l'arme du génie") and the firefighters are therefore sappers ("sapeurs", thus "sapeurs-pompiers"). With 8,550 firemen, it is the largest fire brigade in Europe and the third largest urban fire service in the world, after the Tokyo Fire Department and New York City Fire Department. The brigade is placed at the disposal of the Paris Prefecture of Police in an arrangement similar to that of the French Gendarmerie. Its motto is ""Save or Perish"" (French ""Sauver ou périr"").
In the francophone world it was Tunisian magazine “Kapitalis”, the Algerian participative journal “ChoufChouf” and the “paysagesblog” in le which commented the plea for help of Vian Dakhil for Yazidi people facing extermination. All the French articles included a YouTube version of Vian Dakhil speech, some with French translations. The blogpost "Je vous en supplie, frères, faîtes taire vos différences pour sauver les Yézidis!" in the "YOL (routes de Turquie et d'ailleurs) blog" has also a YouTube video of the speech including English subtitles
In April 2008, he questioned the French president Nicolas Sarkozy during a special program hosted by Patrick Poivre d'Arvor and David Pujadas, broadcast live from the Palais de l'Élysée on both TF1 and France 2. In June 2009, at the World Environment Day, he presented on France 2 the broadcast of "Home", a documentary film directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, and then hosted a debate entitled "Comment sauver la planète ?". In January 2010, he co-hosted with other presenters of France Télévisions the program "Pour Haïti" to help the victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake broadcast on France 2 and France Inter.
Van Parijs' books include "Evolutionary Explanation in the Social Sciences" (1981), "Le Modèle économique et ses rivaux" (1990), "Qu'est-ce qu'une société juste?" (1991), "Marxism Recycled" (1993), "Real Freedom for All" (1995), "Sauver la solidarité" (1995), "Refonder la solidarité" (1996), "Solidariteit voor de XXIste eeuw" (1997), "Ethique économique et sociale" (2000, with C. Arnsperger), "What's Wrong with a Free Lunch?" (2001), "Hacia una concepción de la justicia global" (2002), "Cultural Diversity versus Economic Solidarity" (as editor, 2004), "L'Allocation universelle" (2005, with Y. Vanderborght), "Linguistic Justice for Europe and for the World" (2011) and "Just Democracy. The Rawls-Machiaveli Programme" (2011).
Throughout the night of 9 August the sections sat in consultation. At 11 o'clock the "Quinze-Vingts" section proposed that each section should appoint three of its members on to a body with instructions "to recommend immediate steps to save the state" ("sauver la chose publique"). During the night 28 sections answered this invitation. Their representatives constituted the Insurrectional Commune. and Chaumette went to the barracks of the Marseilles Fédérés in the section of the Cordeliers, while Santerre roused the "faubourg Saint-Antoine", and the "faubourg Saint-Marceau".
In 1991, their track "Fünf vor Zwölf" (it is high time) was published on the sampler "Nazis raus" (Nazis get out) and in 2006 they supported the band ZSK's "Kein Bock auf Nazis" (can't stand Nazis) campaign. In 1992, the band participated in a demonstration against xenophobia in Bonn. They performed together with Herbert Grönemeyer, Nina Hagen and others for nearly 200,000 demonstrators. In 1995 they supported Greenpeace, IPPNW, "Aktion Atomteststop" (an initiative for a nuclear test ban), the BUND (German "Friends of the Earth" chapter) and they were featured on the track "Tout Pour Sauver L’Amour" (Everything to save love) on the "Stop Chirac" compilation album.
In historical context, 1758 included the Battle of Fort Frontenac (August 26–28, a French defeat) and French naval secretary Nicolas René Berryer's October refusal to provide Louis Antoine de Bougainville with much-needed reinforcements to defend Quebec City. According to Berryer, "we don't try to save the stables when the fire is at the house" (infamously, « qu'on ne cherche point à sauver les écuries quand le feu est à la maison »). Great Britain's siege of Québec City ended in French defeat in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in September 1759; Montréal was surrendered the next year.