from The Century Dictionary.
- A Middle English form of
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And the teensy pool of eager, willing, and solvent patrons makes for what you might call a sauve qui peut world.
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Yet Europe has surely done more in the past 18 months to bring its public-debt problems under control than has the U.S. It may never have done enough, but it has been more than was imaginable as recently as 2008, when the reflex reaction to the financial crisis was a nationally oriented sauve qui peut.
The end result is a “sauve qui peut” mentality. aimai
My wife had to tape my eye shut and put sauve in my eye to not dry out at night.
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It turns out there are common ideals of distributive justice — or perhaps enlightened self-interest following a destructive war — that exist outside the sauve-qui-peut imagination of Liberal/libertarians.
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PS - the sentence with sauve qui peut is difficult!
Le sauve-qui-peut des investisseurs mettait fin à une longue période de hausse des cours boursiers qui avait notamment porté le
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