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A Life-Saver

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A Life-Saver - someone that helps someone in a very bad/hard situation

  • You are a life-saver, for helping me today.
  • Tom is a life-saver. I have no idea, what I would do without him.
  • My wife is a life-saver. I don't know how to tell her, how much I love her.
  • My secretary is a life-saver. She keeps my life under control.
  • My dogs are life-savers. My dogs always make me feel better, when I have a hard day.
  • My father is a life-saver. He is lending me some money.


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