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SavesNational LeagueAmerican League The “save” was created by Chicago baseball writer Jerome Holtzman in the 1960’s and accepted as an official statistic by the Official R…

Save

To save appearances. To do something to obviate or prevent exposure or embarrassment. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894Save the MarkSavage A B C D E F G …

Twilight

Director:Robert BentonWriters:Robert Benton and Richard RussoDirector of Photography:Piotr SobocinskiEditor:Carol LittletonMusic:Elmer BernsteinProduction Designer:David GropmanProducers:Arlen…

Save the Mark

In archery when an archer shot well it was customary to cry out “God save the mark!” —i.e. prevent anyone coming after to hit the same mark and displace my arrow. Ironical…

Saving Silverman

Director: Dennis Dugan Writers: Greg DePaul, Hank Nelken Columbia and Village Roadshow; PG-13; 105 minutes Release: 2/01 …

Penny Saved

(A). A penny saved is twopence gained. In French, “Uncentime épargné en vant deux.” Well, suppose a man asks twopence a piece for his oranges, and a baggler obtains hu…

Daylight Saving Time

The Question: What year did we start Daylight Saving Time? The Answer: The first national observance of Daylight Saving Time in the United State…

Daylight Saving Time

A trip around the world reveals that time isn't a synchronized science by John Gettings and Borgna Brunner Map of world time zones – full size U.S. Daylight Saving Time Sche…

Save the Last Dance

Director:Thomas CarterWriters:Duane Adler, Cheryl EdwardsParamount Pictures and MTV Films; PG-13; 105 minutesRelease:1/01Cast:Julia Stiles, Sean Patrick Thomas, Kerry Washington It's no secret…

Forty Stripes save One

The Jews were forbidden by the Mosaic law to inflict more than forty stripes on an offender, and for fear of breaking the law they stopped short of the number. If the scourge contained thre…