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Rescue, subst. deliverance by main force: “without r. in the first assault,” All's I, 3, 120. “where honourable r. and defence cries out upon the name of Salisbury,” John V, 2, 18. “this fair r. thou hast brought to me,” H4A V, 4, 50. “a r.!” H4B II, 1, 61 (not understood by Mrs Quickly). “spur to the r. of the noble Talbot,” H6A IV, 3, 19. “looks for r.” IV, 4, 19. “too late comes r.” IV, 4, 19 “came in strong r.” IV, 6, 26. “brought r. in,” IV, 7, 33. “r., my lord,” R3 V, 4, 1. “in the r. of Lavinia,” Tit. I, 417. “no r.?” Lr. IV, 6, 194. to make a r. == to deliver forcibly from the custody of an officer: Err. IV, 4, 114. Cor. III, 1, 277. cf. “death will seize her, but your comfort makes the r.” Ant. III, 11, 48.
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