Rescue: v. to do a subset(s) which excludes a different subset(s) from danger and/or distress
You can be rescued from a danger such as a fire and distress such as an angry confrontation. Whatever the danger or distress, there are organizations or individuals skilled in rescue operations.
Protective parents try to protect their offspring from all kinds of dangers and childhood distresses. Protective organizations such as the fire department, police department, animal control, and ambulance services are rescue oriented when the need arises in the community.
Rescuing is frequently a last resort when you are in desperate trouble. To exclude the need for rescuing avoid the dangers and distressing situations in the first place.
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