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  • 181 safe-cracking — safeˈ breaking or safeˈ cracking noun Illegal opening of safes • • • Main Entry: ↑safe …

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  • 182 safe as houses — (informal) Very safe • • • Main Entry: ↑safe …

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  • 183 safe|guard — «SAYF GAHRD», verb, noun. –v.t. 1. to keep safe; guard against hurt, danger, or attack; protect: »to safeguard the country from surprise attack. Pure food laws safeguard our health. 2. to guard; convoy. ╂[< noun] –n. 1. a protection; defense:… …

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  • 184 safe|ty-de|pos|it box — «SAYF tee dih POZ iht», = safe deposit box. (Cf. ↑safe deposit box) …

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  • 185 safe/secure in the knowledge — feeling safe or secure because you know something specified They went on vacation, safe in the knowledge that the farm would be well cared for while they were away. • • • Main Entry: ↑knowledge …

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  • 186 safe mode — ˈsafe mode 8 [safe mode] noun uncountable (computing) a way of starting a computer that makes it easier to find a problem without the risk of losing data • A PC starting in …

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  • 187 Safe-pledge — n. (Law) A surety for the appearance of a person at a given time. Bracton. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 188 Safe as milk (festival) — Safe as milk is a Norwegian music festival in Haugesund.External links* http://safe as milk.org/ …

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  • 189 Safe (David Bowie song) — Safe is a song written by David Bowie in 1998. With the name (Safe in This) Sky Life, it was intended for an inclusion on the Rugrats Movie soundtrack, but was left off at the last moment. In 2002, it was released as a secret B side on… …

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  • 190 Safe Haven for Donkeys in the Holy Land — (SHADH) is a British charity that care for working and abandoned donkeys in Israel and the Palestinian Territories.The charity was set up in 2000 by Englishwoman Lucy Fensom, who had been working for some years as a volunteer at an animal shelter …

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  • 191 Safe At Home (TV series) — Safe At Home was an American comedy show airing in the mid to late 1980s on the then Superstation WTBS. Initially, the show focused on Caroline Ford, a young woman who moves away from her mom and dad to join her older brother in Chicago. Martha… …

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  • 192 safe-depositbox — safe de·pos·it box (sāf dĭ pŏzʹĭt) n. A fireproof metal box, usually in a bank vault, for the safe storage of valuables. * * * …

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  • 193 safe-deposit box — ˈsafe deˌposit ˌbox noun [countable] BANKING a small box used for storing valuable objects, usually kept in a special room in a bank …

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  • 194 safe deposit box — UK US noun [C] (also safety deposit box) BANKING ► a locked box in a bank, etc. in which money, documents, and other valuable items can be stored: »Macdonald put the money in a safe deposit box in a Montreal bank …

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  • 195 safe conduct — n [U and C] ↑safe passage …

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  • 196 safe house — n a house where someone can hide and be protected. Safe houses are used especially by criminals hiding from the police, or by people who are being protected by the police …

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  • 197 safe area — safe ,area noun count an area where people who are not soldiers are protected from danger or an attack: SAFE HAVEN …

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  • 198 safe conduct — noun count or uncount SAFE PASSAGE …

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  • 199 safe haven — noun 1. ) count a SAFE AREA 2. ) uncount protection given by a country to someone from another country who is in danger because of a war or other serious problems in their own country …

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  • 200 safe and sound — If you arrive safe and sound, then nothing has harmed you on your way …

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