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Saved (album)

Saved is the twentieth studio album by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, released on June 23, 1980, by Columbia Records. Saved was the second album of Dylan's "Christian trilogy", following his conversion to born-again Christianity. It expanded on themes explored on its predecessor Slow Train Coming, with gospel arrangements and lyrics extolling the importance of a strong personal faith.

Saved (play)

Saved is a play by Edward Bond which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre, London in November 1965.

The play itself is set in London during the 1960s. Its subject is the cultural poverty and frustration of a generation of young people on the dole and living on council estates. In response to the censorship of the play, Laurence Olivier wrote a letter to The Observer, saying that: "Saved is not a play for children but it is for grown-ups, and the grown-ups of this country should have the courage to look at it." U.S. novelist Mary McCarthy praised its "remarkable delicacy".

Saved was originally refused a licence without severe cuts by the Lord Chamberlain. When it was performed to large private audiences, the Lord Chamberlain decided to prosecute those who were involved in the production of the play. Although the defendants pleaded guilty and were fined, the case reflected badly on the censorship office and was pivotal in the abolition of theatre censorship a few years later in 1968.

The original cast included John Castle, Tony Selby, Ronald Pickup, Dennis Waterman, William Stewart, Barbara Ferris, Lucy Fleming, Gwen Nelson and Alison Fraser. The creative team included: director William Gaskill and lighting by Eric Baker.

In February 1969, after the abolition of censorship in the 1968 Theatres Act, Saved was given its first full public run at the Royal Court Theatre in London. The revival cast included: Malcolm Tierney (as Len), Kenneth Cranham (as Fred), Patricia Franklin (as Pam), Queenie Watts (as Mary), Tom Chadbon, Peter Blythe and William Gaskill was the director.

The play is rarely revived, though its theme of social disenfranchisement is seen by Bond as very relevant to the present day. In October 2011, the play was revived in London for the first time in 27 years, at the Lyric Hammersmith, directed by Sean Holmes.

Saved (Swans song)

Saved is single by the New York no wave band Swans. The track reached No. 28 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Saved (musical)

Saved is a musical with music and lyrics by Michael Friedman and the book by John Dempsey and Rinne Groff. It is based on the 2004 film Saved!. It premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in 2008.

Saved (Leiber and Stoller song)

"Saved" is a gospel and R&B-flavored song written by Leiber and Stoller and first recorded by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer LaVern Baker in 1960. The tongue-in-cheek song is written from the perspective of someone who had lived a fast, loose life but is then "saved" and is now standing on a corner preaching to the passers-by.

On May 1, 1960, the recording reached No. 39 on the US Billboard charts.

Saved (Ty Dolla Sign song)

"Saved" is a song by American singer Ty Dolla Sign included on his debut studio album, '' Free TC '' (2015), and features American rapper E-40. The track was released on October 15, 2015, as the fourth single from the album. It was written by Ty, E-40, Glenda Proby, Bobby Brackins, DJ Mustard and Twice as Nice, with production helmed by the latter two. The official music video for "Saved" was released on November 16, 2015. It was directed by Elliott Sellers.

Saved (TV series)

Saved is a medical drama television series, which was broadcast on TNT in 2006. The series was created by David Manson.

The series was premiered on June 12, 2006. The pilot episode, " A Day in the Life", received 5.1 million viewers. The Hollywood Reporter was the first to report that Saved would not be renewed by TNT, followed by various other sources, contradicting reports by the Internet Movie Database that Saved season 2 would begin on TNT with the episode "Epidemic" on March 5, 2007.

The Collaborative International Dictionary

Saved

Save \Save\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Saved; p. pr. & vb. n. Saving.] [OE. saven, sauven, salven, OF. salver, sauver, F. sauver, L. salvare, fr. salvus saved, safe. See Safe, a.]

  1. To make safe; to procure the safety of; to preserve from injury, destruction, or evil of any kind; to rescue from impending danger; as, to save a house from the flames.

    God save all this fair company.
    --Chaucer.

    He cried, saying, Lord, save me.
    --Matt. xiv. 30.

    Thou hast . . . quitted all to save A world from utter loss.
    --Milton.

  2. (Theol.) Specifically, to deliver from sin and its penalty; to rescue from a state of condemnation and spiritual death, and bring into a state of spiritual life.

    Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.
    --1 Tim. i. 15.

  3. To keep from being spent or lost; to secure from waste or expenditure; to lay up; to reserve.

    Now save a nation, and now save a groat.
    --Pope.

  4. To rescue from something undesirable or hurtful; to prevent from doing something; to spare.

    I'll save you That labor, sir. All's now done.
    --Shak.

  5. To hinder from doing, suffering, or happening; to obviate the necessity of; to prevent; to spare.

    Will you not speak to save a lady's blush?
    --Dryden.

  6. To hold possession or use of; to escape loss of.

    Just saving the tide, and putting in a stock of merit.
    --Swift.

    To save appearances, to preserve a decent outside; to avoid exposure of a discreditable state of things.

    Syn: To preserve; rescue; deliver; protect; spare; reserve; prevent.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

saved

"delivered from damnation," c.1300, past participle adjective from save (v.). Saved by the bell is from 1914 in reference to prize fighting; 1912 in reference to the classroom; figurative use from 1915, probably at first from the fighting sense.

WordNet

saved

  1. adj. rescued; especially from the power and consequences of sin; "a saved soul" [ant: lost]

  2. guarded from injury or destruction [syn: protected]

Wiktionary

saved

  1. (context Christianity English) rescued from the consequences of sin. v

  2. (en-past of: save)

Usage examples of "saved".

The suggestion was a good one, for thus many valuable minutes might be saved to us, and, throwing every ounce of my earthly muscles into the effort, I cleared the remaining distance between myself and the cliffs in great leaps and bounds that put me at their base in a moment.

Before he could release it I had run him through, and then, falling back upon the tactics that have saved me a hundred times in tight pinches, I rushed the two remaining warriors, forcing them back with a perfect torrent of cuts and thrusts, weaving my sword in and out about their guards until I had the fear of death upon them.

Believe me, had I not saved thee at the last, never wouldst thou have stood upon those feet again.

No doubt, on the fame of this new learning reaching his ears, the Vincey of the day, perhaps that same John de Vincey who years before had saved the relic from destruction and made the black-letter entry on the sherd in 1445, hurried off to Oxford to see if perchance it might avail to dissolve the secret of the mysterious inscription.

At length he yielded, for it seemed the only way in which either of us might be saved from the ever-increasing numbers of our assailants, who were still swarming upon us from all directions across the broad valley.

As we were to learn later, this precaution saved us from dire predicament, and was eventually the means of our salvation.

I caught him a painful blow upon the shin bone that saved Xodar from this added ignominy.

As the fellow went down I snatched his sword from him and over his prostrate body looked into the eyes of the one whose quick hand had saved me from the first cut of his sword--it was Phaidor, daughter of Matai Shang.

We were not long in the shaft, and possibly the very fact of our enormous speed saved us, for evidently we started in the right direction and so quickly were we out again that we had no time to alter our course.

I have come back to the Barsoom that I saved from a painless death to again save her, but this time from death in its most frightful form.

And so, men of Helium, I think that I have the right to demand that I be heard, that I be believed, and that you let me serve you and save you from the false hereafter of Dor and Issus as I saved you from the real death that other day.

I had fallen and the next morning brought an explanation of the fortunate coincidence that had saved me from a terrible death.

Twice at least I saved my breast from the mortal thrust of piercing steel only by the wondrous agility with which my earthly muscles endow me under the conditions of lesser gravity and air pressure upon Mars.

Dotar Sojat, the valorous stranger from distant Hastor, whose wondrous heroism and marvelous ferocity saved the day for Kaol yesterday.

Phaidor, daughter of the Holy Hekkador of the Holy Therns, has sinned she has this day already made partial reparation, and lest you doubt the sincerity of her protestations and her avowal of a new love that embraces Dejah Thoris also, she will prove her sincerity in the only way that lies open--having saved you for another, Phaidor leaves you to her embraces.