rescue operation

  1. an operation organized to free from danger or confinement
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How To Use rescue operation In A Sentence

  • From the beginning, the rescue operation was bungled. Times, Sunday Times
  • He helped man the bridge and co-ordinate the rescue operation after the crew allegedly abandoned ship.
  • A mark of the confusion attending the rescue operation came when it was widely reported that five firefighters, trapped for two days in the rubble, had been freed from their concrete tomb.
  • Nobody on board was and Canadian Foreign Minister Lawrence Cannon thanked Brazilian and rescue operation.
  • Heidi has become quite a little "porker" ... privy to complimentary special search and rescue operations, Pop Tarts, Mocha coffee beans, as well as a free trip back to the glorious Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • Within an hour of the ship transmitting an SOS , six boats had arrived and started a rescue operation.
  • The U.S. offered to send ships to help in the rescue operation.
  • If there are any government-run financial rescue operations in the future, the administration says, they should be funded by the financial industry - and they shouldn't be bailouts but "breakups" that liquidate the failing firm and fire its executives. - Highschool
  • I'm curious to see if you have seen a lot of helicopters moving south over you, because we're in Abbeville, which is the staging ground for these rescue operations which have been going on now throughout the day, and are going to start again at 7: 00 a.m. local time. CNN Transcript Sep 24, 2005
  • He merely flew into the airport, where the military rescue operation was being organized.
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