He had not seen the third eaglet and he did not want to wait before summoning help for the two he had been able to rescue.
Watching this movie makes you want to swoop in and rescue all the kids who go through things like this in real life.
Author's note: A U.S. official has stated that no Somalis had been captured in the course of the raid and rescue.
A gutsier White House economic team could rescue the Democrats.
It will be days before the rescue mission shifts to recovery.
She sprang up, and, with an impulse for rescue, went to the door of the smoking-room.
The wretched American knew that he was alone and that he could look for no rescue.
I have heard all about the attendant circumstances and the rescue of these lads.
It flashed over him that that was the reason why the rescue had been attempted.
It was a manoeuvre, and there would be an attempt to rescue, after all.
late 14c., from rescue (v.). Earlier noun was rescous (early 14c.), from Old French rescous.
c.1300, from stem of Old French rescorre "protect, keep safe; free, deliver" (Modern French recourre), from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + escourre "to cast off, discharge," from Latin excutere "to shake off, drive away," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + -cutere, combining form of quatere "to shake" (see quash). Related: Rescued; rescuing.