- n assistance in time of difficulty
- v help in a difficult situation
- He can project this universal energy to distant climes, where it can benefit anyone that he knows needs his succor.
- Even the extinguished idealism of student protesters in Tiananmen or the monks in Burma drew succor from the example of a certain Filipino homemaker's bravery a woman who .
- A generation of Asian nationalists would draw succor from that example of what could be achieved in their struggle.
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- $1 million needed to restore Our Lady of Prompt Succor shrine
Bill Capo / Eyewitness News Email: email@example.com | Twitter: @billcapo NEW ORLEANS -- The National Shrine to Our Lady of Prompt Succor is the elegant Catholic Church on the Ursuline Academy campus, with the 200-year old statue of Jesus and his mother on the altar. In 1815, as General Andrew Jackson faced a huge British army in the Battle of New Orleans, the Ursuline nuns prayed all night to ...
June 13, 2013 - WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
- Tony Blair in RIA Novosti
I pledge here today that Britain will always be at the heart of Europe - we will never give succor to extremism which would drive people apart,said the British prime minister, whose predecessor Tony Blair hopes to be the first EU president...
- Joseph Lowery in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
They are infected with a disease called establishmentarianism,said Lowery, 86. "That is a succor to the folks who they think either have the power, or are about to get the power. They're just stuck in the past and they can't move forward....
- Ignacio Bunye in GMA news.tv
The Almighty has once again come to the succor of our beloved OFWs (overseas Filipino workers), and for this we join their families and the entire nation in a collective prayer of thanksgiving,Bunye said.